3 Helpful / 0 Not
Nothing else to do
Pros: free to play, no one else was on the course, grass kept at good playing height, multiple tee locations. Discs available to purchase, although not of name brand or quality.
Cons: There's a flock of geese by the pond (I almost decapitated one of them) and unavoidable feces unless your a pro. Vehicles were parked between the tee and pin forcing me to create a tee. Lots of people, pets, and vehicles to avoid.
Other Thoughts: This course was definitely an after thought when this park was opened. There are few challenging holes and several that are simply straight shots with no elevation change.
Absolutely get a course map from the office by holes 1 and 16. Some tees and pins are difficult to locate even with the map in hand.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: New catchers. Concrete tee pads. Course map and score card available in the park office.
Cons: This course is unmarked and hard to locate the next hole location on certain holes. The course par is also unnamed.
Most of the holes are flat and straight. The concrete pads are small, however, better than not having them.
Other Thoughts: Decent course. Glad to see one in the area. Lots of buildings and man-made structures all throughout the course, which is different from many other courses I have played (can be annoying at times).
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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