Great for driving but offers little challenge
Pros: MikeTheGaolie did a great job summarizing the pros of the course. It did not seem quite as challenging as I had hoped playing once on the normal tees and the second time on the pro tees. The fields are wide open and you can just throw and work on your driving. The fields are actually the best I have played on and were well kept by the grounds crew. Holes 8 & 9 made this part of the course challenging and fun to navigate some wooded challenges.
Cons: If you have never played this course, finding the pads and holes can be pretty challenging. I spent about half my time looking for the holes or having to ask players where to throw. Once you hit holes 12 to 16 it goes from confusing to frustrating trying to figure out where to throw. The signage is pretty confusing and well past it's useful life. Even the main board has seen better days.
Other Thoughts: I travel quite a bit for work and pleasure and love playing a round or two. This course was a great place to stretch the legs and let loose driving the discs. It's more of personal preference, this course seems geared towards beginners. If you're looking for a challenge, I would suggest finding another course. If you are looking for a course to take it easy a consumer some frosty beverages then this is the place for you.
0 Helpful / 6 Not
Not a huge fan
Pros: This course if played off the pro Tees has some super long holes. There are at least three 700 plus holes. Very well marked course.
Cons: The course is not put together that well and has way to much out in the open shooting I think. Alot of ups and downs.
Other Thoughts: Juts not a super fun course.
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: The new layout is a challenge. terrain is used well. Variety of shots. Roller potential on many holes. Big arms will love the new layout.
Cons: Dirt Tee pads. Lots of walking traffic. Park is crowded as it is only disc golf course in that area of metro Nashville.
Other Thoughts: There is still a lot of work to do. Trees still need more trimming. Simple aesthetic work. Concrete or rubber tee pads would be ideal. Safe place to play in an up-scale suburb.
7 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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