3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: It's another disc golf course in Guilford County. This will be an excellent beginner course once it gets some more foot traffic. It also serves as a nice warm up for either Lake's Edge or Johnson St. depending on which way you go. It's set in a brand new park in a nice, quiet neighborhood. There are restrooms and a water fountain right in front of the main parking lot. Brand new DiscCatchers. Nice tee signs. All holes are open and are very aceable/birdable. I foresee many an Ace Race here.
Cons: It's fun to play in Feb. but it may not be quite as fun during the summer. Course is wide open. The terrain is quite rough between holes 6-9. It would be very easy to twist an ankle in there. Also, it's not entirely intuitive as to where the first tee is. The course does not flow well either. There's a backwards walk to a few of the next holes once you hole out on the previous hole. However, it's only 9 holes so it's not TOO much of a hassle. Short, natural tees.
Other Thoughts: The first tee is located at the right of the main parking lot on that little hill. It's a lovely forehand flick. My favorite hole was #6. It's a nice downhill run beside the town hall. I also like #9. It reminds me of hole 9 (I think) at Ashe co. because of the wall of trees in front of the basket. Sometimes, the gate to the main lot will be closed. If that's the case, just park at the town hall parking lot and start on hole 6 immediately to your left. I gave this course a 3 solely for the fact it's in Guilford Co. Hallelujah!
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