A decent, pastoral 9 hole for a quick DG fix
Pros: - A good, quick 9 hole that's attached to a multi-function park
- Good for working on the short game with a few long drives as well
- Lots of space to practice throws before and after a round
- Offers various shot opportunities and will be even better since the trees are growing up!
- Porta potties on site
Cons: - Absolutely no sign to indicate that there is a disc course at this park. It would be nice to get people interested, since this is in the very back corner of the park.
- They let the rough get severely overgrown before cutting it, which is a problem especially on hole 2 which is over 400' with a fairway that's about 15' wide. Also grip-locking it on this hole will result in a trip to the corn field.
- No trash cans so people litter
- The park has recently undergone a lot of maintenance which resulted in a gigantic pile of rubble in parking lot. Also they are installing a walking path all the way around the course and it runs directly behind the basket on hole 1, which can be potentially dangerous
Other Thoughts: It is nice to be able to throw discs in the field at the park and then play 9 holes of disc golf. It's a good practice environment. This course offers decent challenges for experience players and is friendly enough for beginners. The last pin is right near the entrance so you have a nice little practice pin to warm up before you play. Evans Park is a decent place to play if you are out in the country and need a DG fix. The only real problem is the overgrowth, which tends to be a motif here. We once saw a guy with a machete looking for his disc. No kidding.
Pros: New baskets & signs. Newly planted trees. Good use of an empty field. Rough is down now. Interesting inclusion of powerline poles.
Cons: Flat. All straight shots. Very skinny fairways. No benches or trash cans. open and windy.
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