0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: From the beginner's standpoint I was/still am in love with this course. Each hole is something different requiring different skill shots or power shots. By my third time through, my game improved from 4 or 5 over par; to 1 over or even at par. It's big enough to accomodate alot of people wherever you start from and not having to wait to tee off
Cons: The downhill water shot is very touchy with me playing my hookshot. I think it would be nice to have a net over the rocks to catch runaway discs.
Other Thoughts: I'll be out here all summer long, hope to see you there :)
0 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Great new course
Pros: Great new 18 in Noth tonawanda, very close to the 290 so not too long of a trip from most areas. Very nice, well groomed park, brand new Discraft baskets. beginner friendly and fun for all levels of players. Lots of ace and deuce opportunities out there,Good course to try alot of different throwing styles, because of the variety of throwing lane choices without much danger of disc loss. Very easily navigated, even with tee signs not yet installed.
Cons: Mostly all flat, little to no elevation change.
Other Thoughts: A awesome new addition to Niagara region Disc Golf
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Niagara Region's Newest
Pros: Beginner Friendly Course, easily accessible from 290. Good flow, easy to follow even though it is brand new. Holes vary in distance from 205-400 ft from the whites. Not much chance to lose plastic unless you screw up and throw into water, which should only happen on a pretty terrible shot. Several different lanes are available on most holes and should be pretty fair to all throwing styles. Not heavily forested, however there are plenty of trees to force players to shape shots and use different skills.Park is very clean and well maintained, several park shelters are located near the course with trash cans. Restrooms nearby. Brand-new discraft baskets.
Cons: Still Muddy at the beginning of June, looks like a muddy place for disc golf much of the year. Not too much variety in hole distance, most are shorter shots, I don't think any are par 4's. No real elevation changes, the only hole with any was 16 which from the white tee plays blind up a small hill and across a short fairway and back downhill. From the reds it's a short downhill shot to the basket.
Other Thoughts: Big ups to the NRDG league who fund raised and sponsored the purchase of the baskets and installed the course. They are really a great asset to disc golf in the region, and are doing great work to bring people to the county parks.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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