1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is set in a beautiful park, and is well maintained. There's a reasonable variety of shots, and some unique holes that give the course its own flavor. It's also right beside another 24 hole course, so you can disc golf all day!
Cons: Cost is simply too high for one-time visitors. Paying $5 per car to enter the park, and another $2 per person for the course is steep, and the course is not unusually well-maintained. I've played on plenty of free and low cost courses that were equally, or better, groomed.
The rough is absurd on some of the holes, and is likely to result in some lost discs. The layout on holes that are otherwise real standouts (such as 18), is negatively impacted by the presence of seriously thick rough areas that are well within play. I appreciate a challenging course, but I loathe wasting time looking for discs that should be easy to find. Use spotters on every hole, especially if this is your first time.
Other Thoughts: This course lives up to its name - it's a Monster. The length is going to be rough on most players, especially if played in conjunction with the "Original" course. What makes this course a true Monster is the unforgiving rough, and if you don't have the greatest aim, plan to spend some time looking for discs. This course eats them!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Pros: -Course Upkeep. Phenomenal. Beautiful
-Tee Pads. They are huge. I like it.
-Layout. This course seems to be a backhand friendly course, but also has many different opportunities for other shots.
-Signs. There are sign with the hole layout and distances at each tee pad.
-Challenge. This course certainly keeps you on your toes throughout.
Cons: -Slightly confusing for a newcomer. Finding some the holes was a bit of a challenge if you've never been here before.
-Baskets. Not a fan of the Mach 3's. Seemed too narrow. I've never had so many putts go in and out of the basket. I could have been having an off day with putting also so dont hold me to that. haha
Other Thoughts: A terrific course. Well worth the trip. I would suggest it to anyone. It has a variety of shot opportunities as well as some massive lengths on some holes. Definitely a fun and challenging course.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Good mixture of both long and short holes, all all teas are marked, Woodchipped under the baskets. Concrete Teas. Extra holes for when you have the time.
Cons: Can be very crowded on weekends. the two dollars is somewhat of a downer since you already have to play to enter the park.
Other Thoughts: One of the best mainted course I have played on.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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