3 Helpful / 4 Not
Much better places to play in O-town
Pros: The course is on the UCF campus. It plays through a natural restoration area that has some nice plant and wildlife scenery.
Navigation is easy with adequate signage and the course can be played in about 30-40 minutes, serving as a good break between classes.
The skill level is "white", including two holes (6 and 7) that are "white" par 4's. It's not too tough for "red" level players and still provides a bit of challenge for "blue" level players.
Compared to the previous layout, it is much easier to find discs on this course.
Cons: Parking costs $5.
Most of the baskets are still in close proximity to moderate to heavy schule. There is a moderate chance of losing discs in the water and/or schule.
The distances listed on the tee signs are not very accurate.
The course has several significant safety problems. Holes 1 and 2 use a heavily used jogging/biking trail as the fairway. Hole 2, in particular, has a bend in the trail just before the basket that makes it such that a biker can come cruising around the corner to have a disc flying directly at their head!
Holes 6, 7 and 8 are the longest on the course and have on-coming traffic on a busy university road down the right side of the holes. When RHBH players attempt to throw extra far, they frequently pull shots way right, into oncoming traffic.
It's sad to say, but it is only a matter of time before an unfortunate accident occurs on this course. It will likely end up being re-designed (again) or pulled completely.
Other Thoughts: Please don't be a dirty discer: pack out MORE than what you pack in.
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