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Okay for a small town, but kinda crammed
Pros: A good recreational to intermediate level course. Unlike a lot of small town courses, this one has decent distance and foliage to add challenge and some tricky lines that you have to hit. Concrete tees and signs, although as of my visit the signs had no distances on them. Hole 5, the longest hole in the park with an OB road and creek to the left, and some trees to the right is particularly challenging.
Cons: About the biggest complaint for me would be that this park has nine holes crammed into a space more meant for around six. Fairways are practically right on top of each other. The righty route for Hole 2 goes right over the top of Hole 3's fairway. A number of the holes seem lefty-biased. Could be some safety issues on some holes if there are a lot of other people in the park.
Other Thoughts: Not the best presentation of a small town nine holer, but better than many I've seen. Yeah, the crammed holes are kind of a bummer, but in a small town like Moundridge you can get away with this as if you come here to play, you may very well be the only ones playing. In a larger city with lots of players, a park like this would never be considered for a course. Not a must play by any means, but good for a quick nine, approach practice, or if you're with noobs or the kids. Watch for non-DG'ers as the course is new and right next to other amenities like the swimming pool.
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