Pros: The baskets are Discatchers that were all level and caught good. The first 2 or 3 were mounted a little high but that just makes it a little more challenging. There's a practice basket between holes 6 and 9. Multiple pin placements on most if not all the holes, some even having three. Tee signs at every hole with a decent map of the hole layout, distances to both pins from each tee and a next tee arrow which I always love to see. A lot of OB throughout the course, especially the later half making for some added challenges. Two sets of tees marked as white bricks as shorts and blue bricks as longs. These were actually not that hard to find. Enough trees and other obstacles to make things interesting for being a pretty flat course. The course was well mowed and taken care of. It is also permanent which is always good.
Cons: A number of other park activities can come into play on a number of wholes. If there were any softball games going on or people in the pavilion the last section would be pretty much unplayable. Not much elevation but there's not much that can be done about that. Holes 2 and 3 run next to each other but shouldn't really be a problem since it's such a small town.
Other Thoughts: A pretty decent little nine hole in a city park, nothing super spectacular but a solid, fun little course. There are also a few other nice course nearby to make for a fun day of disc golf.
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Not great, not terrible either.
Pros: Good shot variety. nice little course for families and beginners. nice tune up course.
Cons: swimming pool and baseball fields come into play. errant shots could end up in a private yard.
Other Thoughts: not near the worst course ive ever played, but lots of potential for improvement here. the course isnt bad, the surroundings are the problem. it will still test your skills a little, and anyone can play it and have fun.
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