3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: There are places where shorter, easier courses are appropriate. One of those is at college recreation complexes, where discs can often be rented and new players might try the game. This one fits the bill. It's a short easy course in a nice facility with nice baskets that should leave a good impression on first timers. It helps that the park aesthetically pleasing with several points on the course offering lake views. For all that, it does feature some actual throwing lines. With some wooded fairways.
The course remains only what it is. A short beginner-level course without much appeal for experienced players. And at nine holes, it probably isn't worth going out of your way for with better courses in town.
Remember to check the schedule. The gates are not always open.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun, fast, short course
Pros: Fast playing course. Being only short 9 holes you could easily throw a round on a lunch break.
Nice, new baskets. Since the course doesn't get played very often, the baskets are in great shape.
Usually quiet and peaceful. On a weekday afternoon there's hardly anyone there, and usually no one playing the course. Makes for a peaceful stroll through the woods and along a beautiful lake
The lake view is awesome! Hole #6 is awesome
Cons: Short. Leave the drivers at home as this course could easily be played with just putters and mids.
Since the course doesn't get played often, there's dead limbs in the fairway every now and then. Hardly a con, but compared to a course that gets pretty regular play, you'll notice it.
Tee signs are just a hole number. No length, layout or par. Given most of the pins can be seen from he tees. Not a huge deal as the disc golf course is rarely played and not a "serious" course if you will
Tee 1 was hard to find at first. Didn't see any map aside from online so I wandered around until I found the first tee. Not really hard to find or out of the way, but I didn't know where to look.
Other Thoughts: Overall a great course for mid range practice and relaxation, or introducing a new player. Leave the drivers at home, and bring the bug spray!
Recommended for a quick, fun round
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Probably My Favorite
Pros: I like the course because, while the holes are short, the corridors are narrow. Its a very technical course that is fairly heavily wooded. It takes about 15-20 minutes to play and because its unknown and semi-private, you typically have the course to yourself!
Cons: No signage, but its not really necessary except from 3 to 4. No real pad and inconvenient trip board in front of the area to throw.
Other Thoughts: Not open during the winter months or before two.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Best Kept Secret
Pros: Challenging throws in the wooded areas. The wooded holes are good for getting accuracy down and makes you think of what sort of throw you should use. The area is well maintained by the University although the wooded holes have a lot of limbs and leaves to watch out for. The baskets are fairly new DISCatcher models and are in really good shape. The area is nice and scenic with the lake next to hole six.
Cons: There are a lack of tee signs at each tee. This includes no number of the tee, no distance or par information either. The tee pad is natural and has a wood plank with two yellow posts holding it up. This may pose a falling hazard. Would be nice with a concrete tee but might take away from the camp style this place is known for.
Other Thoughts: It only costs $2 to get in if your not a student so not too bad. As for the Disc Golf an experienced player may not find this too challenging but for beginners it is a great place. At the least it is a great place to practice your putting. Most players will easily get three or under and the opportunity for an ace is here for sure.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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