Grandview, WA 
Dykstra Park Share
Uploaded By: Jodabro Hole #8 (Taken 2/2010)
4 / 438ft.   4 / --   4 / --   4 / -- Par / Distance:
Hole #8 Tee: Par 4, 438ft



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 New Course In Grandview!

1    6/24/2010   6/27/2010
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 680  Reviewed: 611  Exp: 36.2 Years
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The park is probably stretched over 8-10 acres. It's a lovely, slightly rolling, with mowed grass and some small trees planted. The park is a multi-use facility with restrooms, soccer fields, a gazebo and large play areas. It's all very clean and well maintained. The 9 hole course plays 6 out and then 3 holes playing back to the beginning. The baskets are new Mach ll's. The tees are marked with two poles maybe 4" x 4"s. One on each side of the box giving the player plenty of room to throw. The sign on the left warns you to let people clear before throwing into them. Another sign on that pole gives you distance and par numbers. Currently, you're teeing off on grass but I'm concerned that with more use, these areas will become unsightly dirt spots. The Parks dept. has plans for concrete or some material for the pads. The small hills give the course some added personality.
Cons: It's basically a recreational course. Not much challenge (other than the prevailing winds) for tournament type players. It's mostly open right now. In years, some of the planted trees will provide needed obstacles. I think the course planners missed a opportunity on # 2 by not placing the tee up on the hill closer to the street. It would give this hole a little more of a enjoyment factor.
Other Thoughts: I found it amusing that the tee signs read "Goal # 1" instead of "Hole # 1". There are industrial strength sprinkler pipes laying across the course in several places. And speaking of industrial strength, I was hit with a blast of water from one of the sprinklers. Felt like a prison convict getting hit with a water cannon. Actually felt pretty good on a hot June day.

I'm glad to see the Parks and Rec director is on board here. This course is a nice addition to the Discing community in this part of the state.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 If you build it they will come!

2-4    5/21/2010   5/24/2010
Review By: JMONEY
Played: 225  Reviewed: 41  Exp: 5.2 Years
12 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Quick access off I-82, Problem free Parking, New mach II baskets, Well maintained grounds, Tee signs giving distance and par, Challenging for all skill levels to some degree, Not congested. FREE!
Cons: Not many obstacles offered and Irrigation pipes spread out across the course about every 75-100 yds. Grass tee pads for now turn to dirt soon!
Other Thoughts: When I saw the course I liked it and was real impressed with the distances of the holes. I was surprised not to see another DG'r utilizing this great course! Then again I see green fields of grass I pull over to throw a few drives! This is a nine hole course spread across beautiful green grass with a sloping edge and a few rolling hills. The area is large enough for an eighteen hole layout, maybe someday? Though there was a fitness track/course circling the park it was not an issue. I would be blessed if this was down the road from me. It sounds like the city has added some small trees since installing it and will be working on improvements in the future. Nice course to learn on or teach others the sport.

The irrigation pipes, I'm sure these are temporary, but they were there. Make for an interesting roller.

This is a city park that offer other amenities to the community in the same park share and enjoy it's the only course for miles from you! I'm just glad to see courses sprouting up in these small towns, it helps when traveling.

12 of 13 people found this review helpful.


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