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3 / 189ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #2 Tee



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 surprisingly fun

1    3/22/2012   3/28/2012
Review By: dreadlock86
Played: 207  Reviewed: 148  Exp: 7.4 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -fun, beginner-friendly layout
-mach 3 baskets are in great condition
-clean and well-manicured, grass is mowed
-easy to navigate the course
-signs at each tee but at least one was broken (hole 6)
-close to the highway
-despite the wetness, still pretty easy to play after a rain, not a lot of mud
Cons: -course plays through a small valley with a drainage area at the low point, gets very soggy
-not many obstacles and very short, experienced players will be bored
-might have to watch for pedestrians if students and faculty are around, a few holes play over walkways or near school buildings
Other Thoughts: This nice little beginner course is actually pretty fun to play. The holes are mostly short and play through a small valley with a drainage area through the low point. The course kind of zig-zags around it so the area around many baskets or tees can get pretty soggy if there has been any rain.

There are signs at each tee (hole 6 tee was broken) and the tees are natural, some with wooden framing. Even when wet, it is pretty easy to find a dry spot next to the tee from which to throw. Hole 8's tee is the concrete walkway next to the sign.

Some fun shots and since it plays through a shallow valley, some elevation comes into play on most holes. Very open and easy to rip it here but the accurate golfer will be rewarded with birdies.

Overall, a fun course but nothing special. Perfect for students here, if you live close to the school, or are looking for a place to bring beginners. A fun stop for course baggers but most travelers passing through should probably opt for one of the Norman courses. However if time is a factor, this course plays quickly and is right off I-35.


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6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Quickie

1    7/16/2010   7/16/2010
Review By: ManOnTheDoor
Played: 19  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 7.3 Years
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: A very fast course to get through. Played it with MikeTheGoalie & two others over lunch with plenty of time to spare.

Easy to navigate and a relatively open course. Few woods and the only "water" is a marsh/bog that is around 6 of the holes but you /should/ stay out of them if you play the holes right.

Baskets were in great shape and easy to see.
Cons: The bog/marsh doesn't ever go away apparently. It's been more than a week since the last rain and it was still soggy.

The tee boxes are earth with garden timbers framing them. They are very uneven.

Baskets are hard to locate from the tee box - especially on the tees that only have the metal post in the ground and no discernable tee box. Would have been hard to play without someone that knew the course.

In the middle of a college with what appears to be a major sidewalk running through the middle of the course. Might have to fight pedestrians.

There was a lot of overlap between holes and tee boxes. If there happened to be a group behind or in front of you you'd be in the way of their drives if you were putting on previous holes.
Other Thoughts: Was a great course to get a quick 9 in over lunch. Quiet area with no traffic other than students. Good short holes and a few to let you air it out at the end.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Not that bad

1    7/14/2010   7/15/2010
Review By: Pizza God
Played: 198  Reviewed: 53  Exp: 26.5 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Tee signs for 7 of the holes.
Good baskets.
Nice layout for each individual hole.
Cons: Crossing fairways.
Tee boxes were dirt and outlined with timbers that gave a too small of an area to tee off from.
Short.
Other Thoughts: This course in on a very small college campus. It is very good for what it should be. A course the kids can play for the first time. For that, this course is GREAT.

However, the tee boxes for several of the holes were too close to baskets and 2 of them had crossing fairways. But then no one plays here really so that does not matter.

2 of the tee signs have been broken off. (#6 and #8) but the poll was still there.

In all, this course was fun. I really only needed my ROC and putter. Only one hole was out of my reach.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Short and Sweet

5+    6/11/2010   6/14/2010
Review By: MiketheGoalie
Played: 35  Reviewed: 25  Exp: 7.6 Years
This review was updated on 8/25/2013
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Easy to navigate. Quick to play. You can literally see almost the entire course from any tee. Good use of elevation. Only one real area of woods to eat your discs. Plenty of open holes and opportunities to try shots and approaches. Signs on all but two holes. Well maintained. Not busy at all. Plenty of birdie opportunities. The footbridge that crosses @ 4 has been replaced/repaired and is much more stable.
Cons: Short. Only one hole with a challenging length.

The course is located on the grounds of a Baptist college so you may have to wait as the course crosses sidewalks between buildings. Not a huge issue and not a problem on weekends or evenings for the most part.

Natural tee boxes aren't really a negative for such a short course, but some might not like them.

The bog that is in play on 3 or 4 holes is full of high weeds and isn't mowed so it grows in size every time there is a hard rain. Borderline stagnant water makes for less than appealing smell when you go to retrieve you disc.
Other Thoughts: Great course to get in a round during a lunch break and still have time to eat. No "traffic" so you can take your time and practice if you want. Closest course to me or my work, so I'll be back often to work on my game.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 Not a 2

1    5/13/2010   5/13/2010
Review By: Roc1Time
Played: 126  Reviewed: 118  Exp: 13.2 Years
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. This is a beginner friendly course that is worth the stop if you are in the area. There is nobody out playing so you can play at your own pace and practice different shots if you like. The course is pretty open allowing many different lines to most pins. The elevation is used pretty well here even though there isnt much of it and despite the fact that the course description says that it is flat.There are tee signs on every hole except 6 and the natural tees are marked by wood posts. The course seems well taken care of and there is no vandalism or trash on the grounds. The baskets seem to be in good shape as well.
Cons: The "marsh" in the middle is nasty but shouldnt really come into play. No trash cans out there but someone must lean up because there isnt any there. The criss crossing of the course could be a big deal if there were a bunch of people playing and there are a couple of baskets placed in the line of other holes.
Other Thoughts: Good course for newcomers to get out and practice without getting caught in the crowd that forms in Norman and in the city. Easy access and there are no places to lose plastic.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 A decent warm up course.

5+    11/1/2009   2/1/2010
Review By: Dan H.
Played: 80  Reviewed: 23  Exp: 6.6 Years
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course is short and relatively easy. I have played there several times and I have hardly ever seen any other golfers out there so, if you want to play an undisturbed round I would recommend this course. Hole 5 is the only 300+ foot long hole with a right dog-leg. It is considered a par 4 according to the sign you will find on the ground, next to the sign post. It's worth checking out if you are like me and want to play as many courses as you can or if you want to play an easy and short 9 hole course to warm up on your way to a good course in Oklahoma City or Norman.
Cons: This course could use some concrete tees. There aren't very many obstacles except for a few trees and on hole 7 it's pretty easy to hit the dorm building. They need to re-fasten some of the tee signs. The muddy semi-stream running through the middle of the course is pretty annoying. Also, my friends and I have lost several discs in the tall grass around the marsh on hole 4. Make sure you DO NOT throw your disc in this area. Hole 7 has you throwing right across a walking path and sometimes the students can get in the way, and I don't think the majority of them are very familiar with disc golf.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.


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