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Pros: This should be classified as a practice area but as such it has its perks. A huge open field for driving. A few baskets with a couple in a pair of interesting locations. One is guarded by trees. By altering your tee shots, you can easily use it to practice most lines of approach. Another is in a short slope, ideal for working on uphill/downhill putting.
Enough length to work on full drives. Baskets for putting, both flat and otherwise. A few trees to make approach shots interesting. As a practice area, it suffices.
Cons: As a course, well, it isn't one. The description states that the first few holes have tees but unless they mean the cement track, I didn't find any. There is really no assigned area to tee off from so it can't be played for score in any way. At some courses, you can just tee from near the previous basket but that can't be done here. There just isn't a throw to any one basket, from another, that would be worth throwing. There is a fence between the track area and the open area which limits going back and forth. The two track baskets are too close together to bother making that throw. And throwing towards the elevated basket is a bad idea because it's close to fences in two directions. There's really only the one basket worth throwing at.
Also, access is limited because it's at a school. Bummer for a practice area, which you really want to eb able to hit on your own time.
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