3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 1) Elevation changes are used well to create about the only interest and challenge on this entire course. The sideslopes can add to the challenge for sure and might cause some rollaways.
2) Wind will contribute to the challenge out here which is good.
3) Course map is available near the first tee apparently. I must have missed it completely.
Cons: 1) I am kindof at a loss for words . . . its nice to have a 9 hole course on school grounds but this hardly teaches kids what the game is actually like. I can't say the course as a whole is a negative, but it doesn't represent the sport very well because of the insanely strange baskets, the complete lack of trees, and no actual tee area.
2) No tee signs or any other amenities.
3) The wind could easily push your discs out into one of the athletic fields that the course works its way around.
4) Dangerous to play the course while any other activitiy is going on . . . or should I say dangerous for other athletes and spectators to be there while anyone is playing disc golf.
5) Basket #8 is broken and lying down on the ground. The other baskets just aren't like the standard so they are a negative.
Other Thoughts: I just don't know what to say . . . it is a course, it has 9 holes, it has homemade baskets, it has no tees, the only redeeming aspects of the course are the wind and the elevation changes.
Take it for what it is I guess . . . another boring school course, but I guess at least there is something?!?!
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