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Good for practice
Pros: There are three baskets. That's the biggest pro. Leading up to each basket is a line of trees that add some difficulty and might allow you to simulate wooded play. However, nothing prevents you from just throwing around the trees. If you're looking to practice, this is a good place to make up your own holes, as it's not likely anyone will be playing behind you.
Next to the baskets is a soccer field with two nets that's a good place for beginners to throw and have something with which they can measure their distance. You also won't be in much danger of losing a disc.
Cons: The baskets are kind of ratty and crooked. I saw only two tees but apparently there are three for each hole. No pars are marked, not that it matters much for this "course,"
Each basket is by the walking path, which is frequently used, so you might have to watch out for pedestrians. The baskets are also literally surrounded by three baseball fields and a soccer field. Make a bad throw and you might interrupt a game.
Not long before I left, two kids decided to throw their football in the middle of where I was throwing, as if there weren't at least four other wide open fields in which they could throw.
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Warm Up Time!
Pros: Great place to warm up your skills. The baskets are placed in such a way where you can make up your own holes if you wanted to play 9 holes or so.
If you need to work on your putting/short game, this is a good place to go.
The basket in the back is setup perfectly for some really fun shots.
Cons: The park can get crowded, which can make it difficult to play. The tees are hard to find, and the baskets are very cheap and not stable. Only one set of chains makes it a bit harder to putt.
Other Thoughts: It's a shame that there's not really enough room to put 9 in here, because this area needs a course.
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