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A fair course
Pros: The creek at the south end of the course provides a hazard that is scenic. It is unlikely to lose a disc at this course. Plenty of places to park if you're willing to start somewhere besides hole #1. A mix of longer and shorter holes. The length of #9 and having to bend my shot around the berm at #10 were fun. The course has never been busy when I have played here.
Cons: Tee #6 is in the flight line of hole #1. Basket #2 is blocked by trees on all sides except directly in front, making a shot at the basket impossible if you are along side or behind it. The grounds at Hole #8 were being used for a community event. A sign said that spot is the future home of a playground, so the course may get reconfigured again. Hole #12 is dull, a straight shot at the pin with some utility lines overhead. The tee pads seem to be made of crumbling concrete.
Other Thoughts: The walk between #8 and #9 is longer than usual, but isn't bad. We all could use the exercise. Though it is a long walk back to the parking lot from #12. The park was pretty empty when I played, but I can see how this course could be frustrating if there were a lot of non-golfers around. The direction the top of the tee sign slants is the direction of the basket. This isn't a course I will play regularly, but it is a way to add some variety to the courses I usually play.
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