5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is easy to access right off I-35 in Moore, on the WEST side of the freeway, south of 19th ST exit.. Good signage, (except for #6). Good baskets. I played on a Saturday, and the course was pretty empty. Good place to warm up or to somewhat satisfy the urge to play DG. I think this course is good for a beginner to build some confidence. The only obstacle is the mucky creek that runs through the course, but if you can throw accurate, this won't be a problem for you.
Cons: Most baskets and tee's are too close to one another, especially the first half of course (this is very bad especilly if the course was busy. One portion of the course has 2 baskets and 2 tees within about 80' of one another.) Tee sign #6 is missing and that is the only one that has the basket hidden from view from the tee pad (this basket is past the soccer field mound). Nasty creek does not have very good drainage. Wear water proof shoes to keep your feet dry (may be better during the hot summer with dryer ground). No trash cans visibly pressent.
Other Thoughts: This course is not a 'must play' course, but it is still fun to play if you want to catch a quick game.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is on the I-35 service road between Indian Hills Road and 19th street. It's very accessable. You can see two of the baskets from I-35. It's not a crowded course (there were no other golfers). The course also has good DGA baskets.
Cons: The biggest con is the slew that runs the length of the course. It's been really wet lately and it's mucky. 7 of the holes are too short. Less than 200'. You also throw over student walking paths, but they're not very busy as this is a tiny school.
Other Thoughts: The first tee is directly behind the campus. The college is the brick building with a green tin roof.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 0 Not
A decent warm up course.
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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