Warba, MN 
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Uploaded By: Martin Dewgarita Hole #3 (Taken 6/2010)
3 / 225ft.   3 / --   3 / --   3 / -- Par / Distance:
Hole #3 Tee: Narrow fairway along the fence line



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1    9/12/2010   9/12/2011
Review By: splettimer
Played: 5  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 6.2 Years
Pros: This was one of the most fun courses I've played. It has a nice mix of wide open, and narrow fairways. The baskets grab everything. It's a super quiet course unless school is in session.
Cons: A few holes were a bit too short. Good if you want to practice putt and approach shots, not so much if you're trying to challenge yourself or others. Wish there was room for nine more holes. Students smoking near one of the tee boxes was a bit distracting. I could feel them watching me as I teed off.
Other Thoughts: It's not a difficult course, but it is super fun. If you're looking for a challenge this isn't your course, since the whole thing can be played with a putter or a mid. If you're looking for a course to bring a newcomer this is your course. It's fairly short for them, it's got a lot of variety on the holes, and there are very few people playing it. Definitely a family course for the wife and kids.

 Nice Short Variety

1    6/14/2010   6/16/2010
Review By: Martin Dewgarita
Played: 1149  Reviewed: 93  Exp: 4.7 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: If you are looking for a long strenuous challenge of a course, you're in the wrong place. If you're looking for a beginner friendly pitch and putt course with a decent variety, this is a good place to start.

Signage. Hole 1 is near the road from the parking lot, once you get there the rest of the navigation is quite simple. There is a map at the beginning, and a sign on each hole to give hole number and distance.

Tees. Natural tees are mostly grass and show little signs of use so they are still very level and suit this course well.

Baskets. Kingpin baskets are brand new and look very nice.

Variety of shots required. For a short pitch and putt course I was very impressed at the variety of shots offered (although an accurate overhead shot could crush this course). Nearly every shot required some thinking and some sort of line shaping. There were straight narrow shots, several annys, a couple hyzers, a couple with obstacles just in front of the basket, and only one that was wide open.

Beginner friendly. This would be a great place to learn the game and work on lines and learn discs, there is some thick rough, but you shouldn't lose any discs.

Not Crowded. The location of this course almost guarantees that you will be nearly alone on the course.

Clean and Well Manicured. This small city park is well kept and mowed, well maintained and strategic garbage can placements keep the litter down, I saw very little trash and was impressed at how well kept the park was.

Amenities. Bathrooms at the beginning, ample parking for the handful of cars that this course may see.

Ace opportunities. Each hole is reachable in 1, several opportunities for an ace here.
Cons: Short. Not much variety in distance, each hole was 200' or so. There was plenty of room on most of the holes for alternate tees. If this were my home course, or I played here often I would make my own alternate tees fairly easily by walking 100' back or so on most holes.

I don't have much negative to say on this course, the length and overall simplicity of the course keep it from really standing out as a great 9 hole course, but was a worthwhile stop nonetheless.
Other Thoughts: For a course in an area without much of a disc golf scene it was rather enjoyable. I wouldn't go far out of my way to go there, but if in the area it's a perfect place to stop in and get a fun quick 9 hole round in.

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