5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays through a small multi-use park. The course is flat and grassy with scattered mature trees. Most holes have enough obstacles that at least a minimum amount of line shaping. One hole plays in a nice wooded area by the creek away from other park users, and offers a tighter and longer shot to test players a little more. The baskets are numbered, and are in nice shape. The park is nicely kept. There is a decent map of the course by the parking lot.
Cons: The tees are unmarked, you have to guess at tee areas based on the map. It can be a little difficult to figure out what was intended, though it means you can get creative to make as interesting and challenging shots as you like. The park is very busy, and the course plays right on top of the walking path and sports fields. On a nice day I can't see most of the holes being playable without serious danger for pedestrians and other park users. Overall the park is pretty flat, and the trees are scattered so it's just not all that exciting a course even with some creativity on where to tee from.
Other Thoughts: Beginners can have a great introduction to the game here on a day when the park isn't too crowded. I could see the lack of established tees being a turn off for inexperienced players though. Better players won't find a lot of opportunities for interesting or challenging lines here, and the safety issues on a nice day are a pretty big deal.
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