Gone and Forgotten
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Stop N Toss is the depleted course at Stop N Sock, which is actually a real nice center with battling cages, pitch and putt ball golf, putt putt, a driving range, and a restaurant. The disc golf course, however, is a forgotten aspect of the place as I'll mention more below. Basically, the only pro of the course is that there is a lot of family stuff to do next to it.
If the course was taken care of, it'd be a good place to introduce young people and beginning players to the sport, giving them a chance to learn how discs fly.
Cons: As of last summer, the course is no longer taken care of or mowed. It just looks like an overgrown field now.
Even if the course was still manicured, it wouldn't be rated much higher. The baskets look homemade and are in bad shape. The holes are short - all 9 are <300 feet. There is not much in terms of obstacles, only a few trees throughout the course and some gentle rolling hills.
When the course was tended to, they charged $5 to play. I understand paying this price for the other activities here, but in no way should people have to pay for this kind of course.
Other Thoughts: I've stopped here three times hoping that it would be in somewhat decent shape, but every time it hadn't been mowed. Even stopping here in the early spring the grass was pretty high. Each time I've been here, the workers have stated that it's a shame that the owners quit on the course and that they would have enjoyed trying the sport out. One guy even offered me a free game of miniature golf as a consolation - it's that bad.
The owners have given up on it. Not worth stopping here even if you're right in the area.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
I do not know what this was
Pros: It had some signs... and had baskets? I guess you could call them baskets. We walked past the pay area and no one asked us to pay for their "disc golf course". Also there was a huge disc golf dude figurine at the beginning which was interesting.
Cons: First off there is noooo way that you should have to pay $5.00 to play this course. It was not even worth playing for free. The baskets were falling apart and literally homemade and the discs could fall through the bottom of the basket becuase the hole in the bottom was big enough.The holes were very very short and just straight. Some holes were uphil or downhill or flat, but all were very straight with no trees in the way. The pars were insane becuaes there were far to many par 4s and there was a par 2 and the baskets were so bad that if you threw at them and hit chains there was only a 30% chance of it sticking.
Other Thoughts: Do not go here. Do not drive more than 1 minute to play this course because you will be mad.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Not a real course
Pros: There really werent any pros to this course. They say it is a pay to play hole, but nobody tried to charge us. I guess that would be considered a pro. Maybe. The holes were all short so it was easy to park it near the baskets.
Cons: Where to start... No real obstacles other than the occasional elevation changes. The baskets looked like they were constructed by a blind 7 year old. No, thats rude. A blind 4 year old, with no thumbs. The pars aare a bit insane. There is a par 2. Who makes a hole a par 2? Seriously? To ask someone to pay to play is insanity. Complete, utter, insanity. They should pay you to play the course for them. I love disc golf, I have been playing for a long time now, and I can honestly say this is the worst course I have ever seen.
Other Thoughts: Don't play here.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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