3 Helpful / 2 Not
Nice beginner city course
Pros: Nice clean park with excellent tee signs, gritted cement pad, and chainstar baskets. No underbrush or water. Azalea is a short, straightforward course. It is prefect for beginners. There's almost no way to lose a disc here. It's a nice open area with a few pine trees mostly on the edges. On each basket is an arrow pointing to the next tee. Hole #4 is the longest hole at 290/345ft
Cons: The course seem like it was designed by ball golfers. Mostly wide open shot with few trees except mid fairway. No trees guarding the pins or tee pads. There is enough land for short 18 quality holes. Hole 4 (290ft/345ft) has par at 4. Pedestrian can be an issue with the sidewalk boarding the course. It is also a multi use park with an elementary school across the street so it could be hard to play when school lets out at 2:50 p.m. - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and 1:35 p.m. - Wednesday. No restrooms.
Other Thoughts: Not a course I would play often but it's still a decent course. It could be a great guerilla golf course .
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