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Great for those trying Disc Golf
Pros: Great for beginners! Well groomed park and easily accessible. Good for working on the short game.
Cons: Small and located around a soccer field which can create lot's of foot traffic. No tee markers. Not a lot of room to air any out on this course.
Other Thoughts: Hole #7 is the gem of this course.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: There is a nice googlemap course map at the start of the course.
The grass is green and well maintained.
There's a portapotty by hole #1.
Holes range from 161ft to 459ft with trees generally on one side of the fairway providing a bit of challenge.
The baskets are good quality, new and numbered.
#7 is a nicely laid out and challenging long hole away from the pedestrian traffic with a sweeping right curve around a large tree.
I would give the course a 2.0 rating if the foot traffic didn't get in the way of play.
I bring my son here to play on the climbers during the week and I can see keep an eye on him while playing the first 5 holes as they semi-circle around this area.
Cons: If you come play on a weekend and attempt to play every hole you will probably kill someone. I'm not exaggerating. The holes are all too closely positioned to the children's soccer fields and climbers. I skipped a few holes because of all the kids in the way. Hole #5 is a blind shot where you have to throw directly above the kid's field.
There's are no changes in elevation.
The baskets are numbered but there are no tees and no indicators of where you're supposed to throw from. If you printed out a copy of the course map you can take a stab at where to throw.
You're throwing on grass too so it's a bit slippery.
Other Thoughts: The course skirts the periphery of a regulation size soccer field with small fields on one side setup for children to play. There are nice climbers and a little creek that borders the park that's a great place for kids to run around. Whoever decided to put a golf course in had probably never visualized the damage a professional disk could do if it hit someone. The course map shows 2 par 3's, 5 par 4's and 2 par 5's when at any other course all of these holes, except maybe the 459ft one, would be par 3's. In my opinion the course is designed for dollar store frisbees. Only play this course during the week when there's no one around.
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