Practice Facility or a really short course.
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Pros: 1) Discatchers in decent shape.
2) Decent elevation change . . . up on the first hole (assuming you throw from near the parking lot), #2 is across the slope and slightly downhill, and #3 is down the hill.
3) Multiple random tee areas could make some good interesting holes.
4) Beginner friendly and good advertising for the sport!!!!
Cons: 1) I didn't see any actual tee areas, but they are just grass tees anyways.
2) It's a shame the Oak trees really don't come into play from where I figured #1 tee was, but you can play from wherever you want really.
Other Thoughts: This is the best practice facility I have been to (and we have like 4 or 5 that I have played in WI), and if there were actual tees I would say this should be listed as a course. The baskets are numbered so it plays like a course.
I gave it a .5 disc because if I lived in those trailers right next to the course, you would find me out here all the time putting, throwing upshots and making new holes.
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Good for practice
Pros: The course has brand new numbered discatcher baskets in great shape. There are vaguely defined worn down patches that provide a set of tees to play through the holes. The baskets are on a nice grassy hillside that provides some elevation on pretty much every shot you can make here.
There are countless safari options here, you can make up all kinds of different holes with some trees that are near one of the holes providing interesting obstacles and elevation adding challenge to drives and putts. This provides a free place to practice putting and all kinds of different approach shots, and the park is big enough to throw some drives.
Cons: The course as laid out is just three baskets on a hillside. The tees aren't marked as anything other than slightly worn spots, so if you're not right on top of them you won't know they're there. If you play the intended (I think) layout, it's just three short putter drives and easy putts for 2. If you want to play more interesting shots by throwing safari rounds, you'll do a lot of walking up and down the hill to make longer holes.
Other Thoughts: I found this course by accident while looking for Holler in the Hills, a nice lady at a gas station pointed me to this park. It's a really nice resource to have as a place to practice for players of all skill levels, and if you're playing nearby Holler in the Hills (highly recommend it), you can warm up here. That said, as a course it doesn't have all that much going for it. With a great but tough course in proximity though, maybe it'll help raise awareness and get people into the sport who wouldn't go play a championship level pay to play course.
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