Searching for discs.
Pros: Concrete teepads.
Cons: The rough off the fairways as so thick that unless you are standing on top of your disc you will not find it.
Most holes are just point and shoot with no real shot shaping. Throwing off the fairway doesn't make your next throw more difficult, you just lose your disc.
Other Thoughts: I lost a disc here last time I played, and the park called me up and said that someone had turned it in. We decided to play the course while we were there, and that's where are troubles began. it took us 7 hours to play through the course twice, and most of that time was looking for discs that went just a few feet off the fairway. The brush is so thick and tall that it is almost impossible to find the disc you threw even if you saw it go in. On a positive note, since this is such a common problem we ended up finding 12 discs and only lost 2 of our own. Maybe they mow the brush at some point during the year but right now I would say the course is unplayable unless you are 100% sure you can land it on the fairway every time.
The layout is all wide open shots so your shot selection will usually be your favorite driver at full power, and a putter.
3 Helpful / 20 Not
Open Fields, Tall Grass
Pros: Nice Scenery, Multiple Tee Shots
Cons: Narrow Fairways with tall grass on either side makes loosing discs easy
No variety to course, all open fields with tall grass
A lot of walking up and down hills far distances
Other Thoughts: Its like playing at a school football field, not much more fun
3 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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