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Uploaded By: Bubbajoe Hole #4 (Taken 7/2011)
3 / 245ft.   3 / 245ft.   -- / --   -- / -- Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee

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easy course

5+    4/9/2014   4/9/2014
Review By: mev53
Played: 17  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 5.9 Years
Pros: -clean
- nice restrooms
- playground
- mach 5 baskets
- concrete tees
Cons: - little obstacles
- park gets busy and hard to throw
- some holes close to busy road and some hyzer shots can hit cars.
Other Thoughts: Nice easy course move a few holes and would be a great park course.

Get some tees!

2-4    7/23/2011   5/23/2012
Review By: mndiscg
Played: 296  Reviewed: 295  Exp: 5.9 Years
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.

 Nicely maintained park, fun/quick rounds

1    7/23/2011   7/23/2011
Review By: DerekTonn
Played: 191  Reviewed: 26  Exp: 36.9 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
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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