6 Helpful / 0 Not
Better than it was
Pros: The course plays through a decent city park (two, actually). The grass is nicely mowed, and there wasn't any trash when I played. There are framed in tee boxes and posts that are supposed to get tee signs installed. The baskets are in nice shape.
There are a couple nice holes, especially in the first part of the course. One plays into a group of dense pine trees, another offers a tunnel shot with ob on both sides and a tricky putting area next to the creek. There is a sign helping navigation between the two areas of the park.
Cons: There are several holes crammed into a small area on the front part of the course, with less accurate players there could definitely be some conflicts with multiple groups on the course. A gravel road comes into play, another potential safety issue if there's much traffic going to the trolley museum or baseball field. The last 4 holes are in a very heavily used park, picnickers are a major issue on nice days. There are a couple fun holes, but overall it's a park course without a whole lot of challenge or variety.
Other Thoughts: Beginners will find some challenges here, though new players will also bring more of the safety issues into play. More experienced players won't be tested here, and the couple interesting shots are some of the ones that have the most conflicts with other holes and other park uses. The long walk to the last 4 holes then another long walk back to the parking lot break up the flow of the course quite a bit.
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