1 Helpful / 1 Not
Very Nice 9 Holer
Pros: Awesome course for the area. The next best thing is Ft. Wayne and if I lived in this area, I wouldn't make that trip too often. This is a very fun course that offers several different types of shots except anything "high". The mature trees force you to keep most things tight to the ground. Each basket has at least two routes. There isn't much change in elevation, but it's certainly not flat. The designers did very well w/ the land to keep the elevation something to think about. Hole 6, in my opinion, is the signature hole. The course gets very little traffic and can be played in 20 minutes. This is a great place for a beginner or anyone to work on their game
Cons: It's only 9 holes. Dirt tee pads and no signs (they're concrete blocks in the ground...tough to find w/ out map). While I mention "cons" I want to say I appreciate everything about this course. I'm sure a lot of hard work went into it and these things could be taken care of w/ money.
Other Thoughts: The best place for a disc golf course in this town is throughout the nature trails at Bixler Lake. I would suggest that a disc golf club be started in the Northeast IN area and some tourney's be ran to collect for the cause of building a course at the nature trails.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: short but deceiving, mostly shaded, aged trees, multiple lines to most baskets, great mix of basket placement that forces a variety of shots, concession stand open during the summer....grab a dog
Cons: only 9 at this point.
Other Thoughts: Course starts at the green pin nearest the parking lot (green pins are tees/yellow are baskets), shoots at the building, walk past building to the right towards lake for hole 2. The solo hole across the road is not in at this point. tee boxes in soon.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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