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Pros: This is a unique little 9 hole course. It offers a chance to work on your mid range shots as well as letting you throw a driver on a few holes. Depending on how you play OB, this could become a more challenging course on a windy day. Here is a way to play the OB and make it more of a Challenge:
#1 Road to the right, and long of the basket are OB
#2 sidewalk on the right and going over the hill on the left, as well as on the walking path long of the basket.
#3 Walking path or left of it.
#4 Walking path or Left of it.
#5 Walking Path or left of it.
#6 Walking path or right of it as well as left of the soccer goal. Also the Creek behind is OB
#7 Creek to the right or walking path and left of it.
#8 Walking path or right of it.
#9 After your tee shot, any upshot on the walking path or the left of it is OB
Cons: The downsides to the Park. During softball season, Hole #1 and #2 is not playable due to children being around. The good news is that the walk from hole #9 to Hole #3 isn't bad at all. During High School baseball games, Hole #9 isn't playable. (You would be throwing into center and left field) People do use the walking path, but most that I have met like watching the discs fly and will even stop to watch. I even talked a walker into giving it a try and throwing a disc.
Other Thoughts: The walk from hole #2 to #3 is a decent one, but if there are no kids on the playground behind right field there is a "local" hole. Tee off from the corner of the right field fence. The tire swing becomes the "basket" Anything through it or on it counts! Great park to bring the family as there is something for everyone to to do even if you don't throw. Playground, skate Park, Baseball, Basketball, volleyball, or soccer
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