6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: What an awesome course. The elevation is great, the layout is sweet, and everything else is excellent! The brand new discatchers are a nice sight to see when you pull up and the yellow band helps out on a couple holes. This course doesnt favor a single player, except the consistant one. You must be able to throw far, tight, and everything in between. It is very well taken care of and the are trashcans spread throughout the course as well. Nice tees help the navigation and help you find where the baskets are. Natural pads, which I like for the most part although some are not level and there are rocks/roots right in the way. The sandy soil will be good during a rain and the course looks like it would be very playable after a downpour. There are alot of "tweener" holes out here but if you can manage to stay in the 50's youll be just fine. The shade is nice to have as well for those hot days. The greens are some of the best around. Every time you think its just an easy layup, you better take a second and think about it, one bad break and you will be sad.
Cons: Some of the tees are no bueno with rocks and roots. Not for the faint of heart, this course is long and with the elevation can make for a long day for those who can average 400' all day. Some of the tees play a little close some of the other fairways but not too bad.
Other Thoughts: Man this is a great course and the back 9 completing the full 18 rank it one of the highest rated and would really be worth many trips from DFW.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
11 Helpful / 0 Not
Worth the drive from D/FW
Pros: Great design in a large city park. Elevation changes on most holes. Mature trees with a low canopy put a premium on shot-making and provide much needed shade in the Texas summer. Great mix of left, right and straight shots. Two of the longer downhill holes (3, 8) are open enough to really get a long flight from a well thrown shot. Most holes have a well thought out pin position making some putts a risk vs. reward decision.
Cons: A lot of "tweener" holes, meaning par should be set between 3 & 4, at 3.5. Very difficult to get a 2, but a 3 doesn't feel like a birdie. .
Other Thoughts: This course services a large area with no other disc golf courses, I hope and expect it will jump start disc golf in the area.
The par is set high at so new players don't get discouraged.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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