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Pros: The course plays through a fairly open public park. It doesn't seem like there's much if any conflict with the other park uses and the disc golf course. There are a couple nice elevation changes to make things a little more challenging, and a couple pin placements are near enough to the hills to offer potential rollaways. A couple holes have a few scattered small trees in play to add some difficulty.
Cons: The layout is pretty wide open, not a ton of challenge or real variety when most of the shots are in open grass fields. The tees aren't all marked, some of the signage is missing or unreadable and some of the teeing areas aren't very level. There isn't a ton of variety in the lengths of the holes. Some of the shots have the potential to go into private yards.
Other Thoughts: Beginners will find this course approachable with little punishment on errant shots other than around the couple sloped areas. More experienced players won't find a ton of difficulty, or enough obstacles to really force interesting line shaping. This is an ok practice area, but not a course to go out of your way to play.
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