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Decent 18 Hole Course
Pros: A beautiful park with loads of great trees and a decent amount of elevation changes. Most of the holes aren't too difficult by today's standards. Some of them are pretty short and will offer seasoned disc golfers ample ace opportunities. A great beginners course located in a fantastic park.
The restroom at the ball golf club house is the single best disc golf course restroom I have ever found. The course gets a full star on my review just for the fantastic restrooms.
Cons: The baskets are all DISCatcher Sport baskets; a basket more suited to backyard practice instead of a full fledged 18 hole course. The single row of chains just doesn't catch as well as the full-on DISCatcher.
The tee boxes we could find are very small and not well marked. Most of the holes have a straight shot from the tee with only a handful offering any sort of line you'll have to follow.
The course could make better use of the pond and elevation changes. I get the feeling that there is potential for a much better course in this park.
Other Thoughts: This course is about as hard as Houston's Agness Moffit but in a much nicer park. The course could be improved with more thought put into the tee box locations. There just are not enough challenging holes for today's game of disc golf.
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