2 Helpful / 0 Not
Used To Be Nice
Pros: - Concrete Tees
- Nice Signs
- Nice mix of distance and precision
- Multiple Tee Boxes for most holes
This course is a decent 9-hole course that is a good fit for amateurs and experienced disc golfers alike. It has a nice mix of long open fairways and challenging obstacles. I live just down the road and have been enjoying this course since it was built.
Cons: This course used to be extremely nice when it first opened, but it's been all downhill since then. A heavy lack of maintenance has lead to sticker burrs and tall grass around holes 6-9. The creek has dried up all but on holes 6-9, where it has just become stagnant and disgusting. Even saw a water moccasin on the sixth hole the other day crossing over to the basket. Lots of opportunities to lose discs around water hazards due to grass not being kept.
Other Thoughts: Overall the design of this course is nice for a 9-hole. Definitely worth a play if you're in the neighborhood but be careful. Just navigating the course can be dangerous, and all in all I recommend avoiding the pit of filth that has become the 6th hole unless you're a professional.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
I'm not a fan of Houck design.
Pros: Great signs. Big enough cement tee pads.
Cons: Typical of Houck designs in that if you want to score well play safe. Drop offs behind baskets encourage safe layups. Creek near baskets-don't run at for fear of ob. One dimentional holes-one route. Short holes are too short, I threw putter from standing. Grass was very long. A few rather long walks to next tee.
Other Thoughts: This is a nice park with high ground and some elevation but the course is in the flood zone.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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