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Work in progress
Pros: Brand new park
People very friendly
Bathrooms ( porto's)
Gravel tee pads
Cons: No signage or map .
Tall grass will make finding errant shots a real chore
Other Thoughts: I've put together a map using Google earth as best i can . Course was built on the idea of Glen Oaks PE program, and introducing high schoolers to disc golf.
Mosty tees are marked with orange lawn flags
The first tee starts off at the bottom hill in the parking lot shoots straight up . From that basket up and to the right is the tee for 2, which shoots back down the hill.
For the most part the course plays back and forth . Hole 3 is the longest.
Hole 4's tee starts behind the tree line, and shoots up hill. WHile 5's hole does the same thing going back the other way through a gap in the tree line.
Hole 5 is the longest on the course plays down past the tree line and right
in the back corner of the park there is a gap in the tree line...7's tee starts back there and plays straight down a path. Toughest hole on the course IMO.
8 is total Ace run , gotta be less than 100 ft....take a left from the basket and walk till you come to a path, take a left and follow till you come to a gravel tee pad which will be 9
9 plays through a narrow set of trees
Fairways are looking much better. This already better than Boettler . 8 and 9 already Gravel tees in, and the holes are dug for the rest to be put in sometime this week
But i think this will be another fun 9hole-er when its fully complete and trimmed.
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