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Another course in the OKC area
Pros: -Brand New Innova DISCatcher Baskets
-Nice Concrete Tee Pads
-Easy to follow, well marked
-Very well maintained
-Front 9 allows for more technical short shots and Back 9 is more for bombing it
-Plenty of parking
-Restrooms are near holes 1 and 18
Cons: -Trees on the front 9 tend to catch your disc, I hope your a good climber or 9 feet tall
-The walk from 9 to 10 is kind of long
Other Thoughts: It is nice to have a another course to go to. So far it wasn't too crowed.
They are slowy adding to the course as far as new tee signs and benches. As well as trash cans. But that still doesn't fix the back 9. It's too wide open.
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Great new course in the OKC metro area
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Pros: This course is well groomed - partly because it just opened and partly because the city of Mustang does a good job keeping this park maintained. The layout is intuitive and easy to follow and very well marked if the next pad is not easily noticeable from the previous pin.
Although this course is in a popular park, there is very little overlap between the course and the rest of the public - there is only two holes that are close to the walking trails. A few of the holes approach the outfield fences of the baseball fields, but your discs should be safe from going on the fields.
The concrete pads are of adequate length for the holes and the ground leading up the them is relatively flat if you need a longer run up.
The front 9 will challenge your touch shots and if you have a thumber in your bag it will get a work out. These aren't "woods" by any means, but the trees are utilized to their fullest. The back 9 lets you grip-it-and-rip-it.
There are maintained restrooms near the first tee along with plenty of parking.
Cons: The front 9 holes are in the trees and the low hanging branches could be trimmed a bit. Many of the pins are "hidden" behind trees and there aren't many clearly defined lines to some of the pins.
The tee pad on #2 is not aligned at ALL. If they added a mando then the layout would make a lot more sense, but as it stands, you are throwing at a 30 degree angle to the layout of the tee pad.
There could be some benches added at the tee boxes. The course is new, and maybe they haven't been added yet, but they would be desired.
I did not see a water fountain anywhere.
The transition from woods to wide open from 9 to 10 is honestly a bit jarring just because of the complete switch. That is what the land allowed, however.
The wind that is prevalent in OK will come into play on the back 9 longer holes and could really let your thumbers get out of control on the front half.
Other Thoughts: This is a great addition to the OKC metro area. Currently it is not full of people like you would see at, say, Dolese. But, once people start to discover this course it will become crowded.
There was a "dog disc" sitting at the first tee pad advertising for a "weed lawyer". This made me a bit upset at the "disc golf culture" and I hope that Mustang as well as the players can keep this course clean - there is a playground that is very popular with the kids immediately adjacent to #1.
**** UPDATE 2012-01-07 ****
There is new signage up at the course showing the (obvious) hole layout, but it is a really nice touch to spruce up the place. At least one trash can has been added around 5 or 6, but more could be added. The placement of a pin or two has been adjusted to have the baskets more protected than they were before. Holes with distances in the 300s or less are par 3, 400 are par 4, 500s are par 5 now and that takes the total for the course to an even 60.
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