3 Helpful / 0 Not
Simple, but effective.
Pros: Long level coated tees, high exposure for the sport, beginner friendly yet still interesting for an average player, would be great for a play and eat kind of day with your family.
Cons: Watch for pedestrians at all times.
Other Thoughts: I was pleasantly surprised with the experience. The tees are coated with the green tennis court surface so the feel was exceptional. The course is deeply embedded amongst other park activities, but everyone acknowledged what was going on around them and seemed very interested in what we were doing, it felt great! Our Saturday visit was without incident except hitting a pole or three.
The course itself is the typical short with one obstacle variety except for one monster hole. If you don't want to throw 700' just play the next tee backwards around the building.
Our group ranged from novice to recreational which was reflected in our score range of 29-71. The most important thing I can say though, is that all 6 of us left with a smile on our faces and a desire to visit again soon. See you on the course!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
I can dig it!
Pros: Well laid out, nice teepads and baskets. Challenging for beginners without being punishingly brutal.
Biggest pro: not crowded. this might change when summer comes.
Cons: Middle School and residences close by, watch out for walkers and young 'uns.
Keep it low shooting around the barn at #7, you don't want to lose a disc on the roof. and don't throw one in the tennis courts on weekdays, they're locked.
The bathrooms are always locked, so go before you hit the course
Other Thoughts: Here is wisdom, Make a day of it. head out to the Athens Regional Park course, play a round, have lunch, drive up the road and play this one., it'll be a swell time
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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