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Accuracy is the key
Pros: This is a very nice small town 9 hole course. As previously stated, there are plenty of trees on this course to contend with. This signs now have distances as of my visit today. Hole #1's basket is up on a hill. #4's basket is heavily guarded by 2 big evergreen trees. #3's basket is also up on a hill, close to #1's basket. #5 as stated previously is the longest hole. #6 is a straight shot, assuming your accuracy is on, as the basket is tucked into the trees. Going to the right allows you an easier path but makes this hole play longer. On #7 you have 2 options, either hit your line on the left and make it thru the clearing or take the righty path around the big evergreen tree. Beware on #7 if you play in the summer time because it goes to the north towards the swimming pool.
Cons: I agree with scarpfish, this is a 9 holer that is crammed for space. There really is no hole that you can air it out on with the exception being #5. When the smaller trees in this park that are in the fairways mature, this course is going to be even more challenging.
Other Thoughts: There was no traffic at this course the day that I played, granted it was a Sunday and in November. The signs can be a little misleading but they are better than some courses that I have played. About the only place you could lose a disc would be on #5 if you went way to the left or #7 if you went into the pool. Other than that the trees would be the only place you might lose a disc. This is a fun course, but you must have accuracy because off the tees there are trees and guarding some of the pins there are trees as well. For a small town course this is a good use of the land. Tight lines and good obstacles to contend with. Would be a good course to stop at if you were in the area or passing thru on a road trip.
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