Pros: 2 of the tee pads are along the sidewalk making for a good launch area.
Good baskets for a small course, 3 colors to signify the baskets.
Good variation of range from ~100 to ~300 feet.
Good use of the area and the small trees as well, adds a little bit of challenge. (A very little bit)
Good introduction sign explaining what a "microcourse" is to help new players.
Cons: For what I was expecting to find, there wasn't too much wrong with this course.
Some holes are a little too short, 100 feet is almost puttable.
Other Thoughts: I feel that this course is a little bit better set up than the nearby Peterson Park. The concrete pads with the arrows painted on them add just that little bit to make it seem like a complete course.
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Pros: A gem of a concept. Bonus for creativity. Each of the three baskets are playable from all three tees (sections of the walking trail partitioned with a post giving directions and distances). A 9 hole experience where you get a completely different look from each tee.
A good place for kids to play, they won't wander off to far off places, and there is a mix of challenges from super easy unobstructed 100 footer to a near 300 foot reasonable par 3.
Cons: A confined area, but they did a good job with what they had, and it is pretty well separated from the other park venues.
Not terribly challenging or scenic. More of leisure or practice area.
Potential for conflict where you might have people coming at the same basket from different angles.
Other Thoughts: This course really got the wheels in my head turning. I'm sure this "microcourse" concept could be applied to a lot of other communities who feel their parks don't have enough space to dedicate to a full disc golf course.
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