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Pros: Enjoyable course layout. Compact play allows quicker rounds. Clear undergrowth, no chance of loosing discs, unless u drop one in the small ponds.
Cons: Erosion issues on some tees (safety issue, almost rolled an ankle). Wear boots. While course is 95% clear, there is some poison ivy. Hole layouts are confusing first time thru.
Other Thoughts: I'll play this course often, met some friendly regulars who let me jump in with them.
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My daily course
Pros: Nice mix of woods and open field shots. Two great water-crossing shots get the pucker factor up. Nice use of space and good elevation changes. Plenty of parking. Holes that stand out: Holes 4 and 15, if you overshoot your putt or approach shots on these holes you may find yourself down the very steep hill in the road, or the neighbor's yard to retrieve your disc. Some choose to lay up here instead of going for it. Holes 16 and 18 are great water-crossing shots. 16 is a bit easier to clear. On 18, do you lay-up or go for it? Holes 3 and 4 have a cool little valley you need to clear. Hole 4 tee-box, look for the bottle opener. Nice touch!
Cons: In summer the park can get quite crowded. The proximity to the high school can often be an issue with vandalism and trash. Could be a 4 star course if tee boxes and baskets were updated.
Other Thoughts: No facilities here, no bathrooms and not many trash cans. There are some great pubs in town though to visit after your round. Also, Amesbury Skate and Sport on Route 110 carry a small selection of Innova discs for sale.
I recently created and added laminated tee-box information cards to each hole, they are the same images that I uploaded to this site. Hopefully they last the summer. Enjoy and I hope they help.
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