Quick and Fun
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Course plays quick. You can get all 9 finished in 40 minutes or less. Great for those times when you want to play but can spare much time. This course is great for anyone starting out. The shorter distance lends to putting and approach skills and easier to reach for players just beginning.
Cons: As stated by others short tees but this really only applies to the longer holes as most are short enough that the tees are not a factor. Last basket placement is questionable as it really is placed in an area that could harm parked vehicles as well as park users who are non-players.
Other Thoughts: Multiple Basket placement. Larger tees on longer holes. It's a little like the putt-putt of disc golf. Just fun to play.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Great for Mids/Putters
Pros: This course is very easy to follow with great signage and flow. The course starts with a 325ft hole followed by holes 2-5 which are all under 175 ft. Holes 6-9 finish up the course with a bit longer of hole but none over 275 feet. This course makes great use of the available land and will test your mid range and putter game. There are a few small streams that flow through the course but retrieval of discs is not an issue.
Cons: Two of the only cons are that the concrete tees are a bit on the short side. I realize that when holes are so short you don't necessarily need a longer tee pad but I just like the run up space. The other con is the instep baskets. These are single chain catchers and blow thrus and spit outs will be common.
Other Thoughts: I for one am glad to have this course. I have played in over 20 states and enjoy cities that have at least one real short course so that I can work on my putters and mid ranges. This course is also a great way for beginners to learn the game without the frustration of the other local courses that are much longer.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Short 9 Hole Couse
Pros: Mt. Juliet's first disc golf course is a short course with pee pads that are very small and most holes are very short. It started out very promising on hole #1 with a 327 ft hole, but went down hill from there with a bunch of less than 200 footers in the woods. They also have the cheaper baskets with 1 set of chains. There are benches, good signs and trash cans.
Cons: Can be muddy, too short but good for beginners
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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