Great Course to Improve Your Game
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Pros: Concrete tee pads
Great navigation. No more than a 50-100 foot walk from basket to next tee
Good mix of righty/lefty holes
Course always in great shape
Cons: Only two holes where a driver is really necessary
No signs telling you the distance of each hole
Other Thoughts: This course improved my putting and midrange game immensely. It is a quick round (especially since it's only 9 holes), so I would play 3 rounds in an hour with some of my friends. If you want to test out your new driver, go somewhere else. But if you want to improve your game, go play a few rounds and learn how to throw your midrange and putter better.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Fun easy course
Pros: Fun easy course, can play a round fast or two if you have more time
Great for begginers
Lots of birdie opps
Hard to lose disc
A few tough shots to challenge
Nice use of trees and park
Cons: Signs would be nice for first timers
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Fun City Park Type
Pros: -Tees are marked and the natural tees are adequate for the distance and power needed on a course of this length
-Nice Innova Baskets
-Good amount of trees for a beginner to intermediate course. Also a creek that could come into play.
-Good variation of length, some ace runs and some bomber holes. No holes too easy or too hard.
-Hole 4 was quite challenging with a mess of trees between the tee and basket and the little creek running along the left side of the fairway.
-Good flow, easy to navigate
-Won't lose a disc here.
-Good to teach beginners the game without making it too easy
-The little bits of elevation made some of the shorter easier holes a bit harder and more fun.
Cons: -Natural tees, they work just fine but concrete tees are always a plus
-No signage other than a hole number. It was easy enough to navigate but I like a distance too.
-There were a few other park users out and about that you might have to watch out for. Not a real problem tho.
-This course is definitely designed to challenge the beginning player without making him too frustrated. It would be ideal for a lower intermediate player. If you are a pro you probably won't have too much fun here.
Other Thoughts: This is the better of the two courses in the area. I had fun here with a bit of challenge for a city park 9 hole. I would stop by if you are in the area or are planning a road trip through this part of the state but don't travel too far to get here. It is a city park course after all.
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