Pros: there were baskets and it was a short distance from my hotel. grass was cut decent. easy to find.
Cons: natural tees weren't even flat. baskets are the crappy kind. tee signs weren't readable and hole 7 was missing
Other Thoughts: concrete tees would really improve the place
Just another notch in the belt
Pros: Nice baskets
You will almost always have the course to yourself
Cons: Dirt tee pads
The signs have literally no useful information on them
9 short, open, easy holes
Other Thoughts: I've had more fun putting in my backyard then playing out here. You will not need any type of driver and could easily go putter only.
I played it just to say that I have and that is really all it's worth.
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Pros: Fun if you want to play a quick/easy 9. Great for P&A practice, over if you want to shoot an ace - I got my first ace on the third hole.
Cons: Extremely short. I would estimate the average hole about 230-240, maybe less. Not particularly challenging by any means. Flat and basically no trees, except for the 5th and 6th playing through a few small trees.
Other Thoughts: If you've got 20 minutes to kill and want to catch nine, then come play this course. If you're looking for any sort of a challenge - go elsewhere.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Decent for Beginners
Pros: never anyone else out here, decent challenge over hills
Cons: HUGE DIRT PILE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE 4TH (lost my disc in it but went in and found it)
no direction in what basket you are to throw to. no guide to next tee
Other Thoughts: fun course to play durning quick lunch break
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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Fun for a lunchtime round
Pros: Decent recreational level course, and also great for P & A practice. Hole distances are good for what its design was intended for. Lots of ace runs if you're into that sort of thing. You can also make up safari holes very easily to liven things up. Plenty of barking dogs in the neighboring yards to the south to heckle you on holes 7 and 8. Hole 5 is a nice hole for its short length.
Cons: If you're looking for major challenge here, keep on driving. Course has some orientation issues. No cements pads and it seems as though the signs are off kilter a bit. I ended up throwing to the wrong basket...twice. Holes 3 and 6 (assuming that I'm playing them right) have crossing fairways. Hole 6 also comes dangerously close to a campus road.
Other Thoughts: A great course for a lunchtime nine, but not for serious play. I wasn't really expecting much here, and I think its good the students have a little course like this to play on. Still, I think this would be a little better if they'd detail the signs somewhat. Not a must play by any means, especially with plenty of other quality courses in the Tulsa area.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: All grass. Not a lot of difficult shots, but enough to find a few challenging. Very open. Trees start to come into playing the second half of the course. Short course good for getting the arm into shape to start the season. Surrounding houses shelter the course from wind.
Cons: Maybe too short. Dirt piles in the 4th fairway, but not too much of a problem. Drainage ditch runs through a few holes, but no water only a little muddy. Signs at each hole ares misleading on which way to hole.
Other Thoughts: Good course for a quick nine.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: This is a short course on the south end of the OU Schusterman campus. The course is easy to locate and right next to the south end of the parking lot. It's very easy to navigate as it simply plays in an anti-clockwise circle around an open field.
There are 9 tee signs and 9 brand new baskets.
Cons: Although there is a sign at every tee, there seems to be no rhyme or reason for the direction they are oriented. Some are angled one way or another or even turned 90 degrees to the direction of play. While the signs show no par or distance information, they do showcase the hole sponsors very nicely.
Most holes are completely open and unobstructed and the few holes that do have some trees in play still offer very little in the way of challenges.
This is not a course for even a semi-serious game, but it would do very well for a lazy Sunday afternoon with a beer in one hand and a radio station giveaway frisbee in the other.
Other Thoughts: If you want a real game of Disc Golf, don't bother coming here.
If you want a place to take the kids, this would be a good spot.
If you just want to add another course to your total in under 20 minutes, this is a 5 star choice.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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Love The Grass
Pros: Love the grass, played barefoot the whole time. :) Good beginner course and not too many ppl know about it yet so its peaceful.
Cons: Very short holes, even shorter than chandler park. Some of the signs are not there or facing the wrong way and had to figure it out
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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