Get some tees!
Pros: -Nice open city park
-Good scenery with the lake right across the road
-Other things to do in the park like the waterpark
-Won't lose a disc here
-Maps in a box near the pool
-Well kept, no garbage
Cons: -No tees
-Somewhat hard to navigate, mostly due to no tees
-Not very challenging
-Need to watch out for other park users
-Not enough trees to force a lane at all, this makes all shots the same
Other Thoughts: This course is alright and I would like it a lot more if it had tees. For now they are just spray painted on the ground. It is sometimes hard to know which basket you are throwing at.
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Nicely maintained park, fun/quick rounds
Pros: - Very well maintained in existing city park.
- Good Mach5 baskets
- 4' x 10' concrete tee pads (installed by approximately 8/15/11).
Cons: - Short course...plays like a par 23 or par 24, versus a true Par 27.
- Holes 2 and 8 have a number of picnic tables frequently dragged into the line of fire (for RHBH hyzer shots, in particular).
- A bit of a walk from Hole 1 to 2, and from Hole 8 to 9.
- No hole signage yet, though that is going to be installed at a later date.
Other Thoughts: A fun course to work your putt and approach game. Only two holes (3 and 7) let you air it out on the tee (330+ feet), but what it lacks in length, it adds in a clever use of mature trees to force some hyzer and anhyzer lanes off the tee (adding difficulty).
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