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Pros: This course is huge, challenging and vastly wide open through rolling hills. It is located in a good area on the South side of town. It is in the middle of the city, however, as soon as you start on holes 1-2 you forget you are in the middle of the city because the huge park instantly seems isolated in green wonder. From the grass to the hills to the trees this is simply a beautiful piece of land for disc golf.
The elevation changes and hole distance changes are of a wide variety and make for a completely unique and different hole on all 18 of these challenging holes.
Due to the fact that it is temporary, it is never crowded and I have often been there when no one else was.
Cons: Navigation is awful. Signs are not there nor are tee pads, trashcans or restrooms due to the fact it is temporary. However, if you are on your own for the first time you will have major trouble trying to navigate this course. Tees are marked with little orange flags but right now two very different locations are marked #10 and a few cannot be found at all.
Other Thoughts: Even if you can't navigate through all of the holes here, if it is up, you must go at least check it out and play as many holes as you can. This course is beautiful, isolated, and extremely challenging and fun!
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Nice GOLF Course
Pros: Awesome park, Difficulty is excellent, extreme elevation changes, Lots of Fun
Cons: Temporary, natural teepads, temporary baskets but still decent baskets
Other Thoughts: This course is a favorite of mine definitely makes the Mighty Shunga a nice tournament. This course will help seperate the field not just for distance but how you have to use your distance gotta think smart
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