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Using half your bag
Pros: This course makes the most of the trees, fences, mini creek, and neighbors houses. This is not wide open disc golf, there is some sort of challenge on most of the holes. Hole #1 has a nice dog leg around the locked up tennis courts. Hole # 2 has a tree and tennis court in the way. Play the parking lot as OB on #3 and theres a mild thrill to be had. Hole #5 crosses the creek. Hole #6 crosses the creek if you are sloppy. All the holes have concrete tee pads and most of the baskets have the hole number on them.
Cons: The tee pads are short. No tee signs or length information. No elevation change.
Other Thoughts: This course was much more exciting than I expected. There are lots of things in the way that make you have to think out your game. I really don't understand how Edora park up the road gets twice as high marks because they both seem pretty similar to me. Download the blurry map and start at the west side of the tennis courts and go counter clockwise and you'll get the flow. This place is a bit rag tag but once you figure it out it's a decent workout. I think you could even play this course while school is in session. With all the PE budget cuts what are the odds that any kids will be outside next to a drainage ditch?
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