UPDATE - 6/2015
Pros: Great course for beginners to teach people the game of disc golf and get them hooked on playing. The city does a fantastic job of maintaining this course along with the Cullman Clubs. Tee pads on the new holes have been poured.
Pin positions have changed on most holes and is now much more challenging than before when in alternate or long pins. Excellent use of the land for this course. Great design for those just wanting to learn. The super long or extremely technical courses often discourage beginning players. And I personally feel this is a great mix for people to get out and enjoy the game.
Holes have been added to take out having to play across fields when there is soccer or other activities going on. The old 4,5,6 and 16 are now A,B,C & D and can be played as additional holes.
Additional holes have been added on the back side near the dog park to provide 18 holes of play.
Cons: Would love to see benches added to the holes and updated tee signs. New players may not know direction to 17 & 18 since there is a bot of a walk across the soccer fields (hole D old 16).
If you do throw into dog park or ball fields for some crazy reason, there is no easy access into the fields from outside when fields are not in use.
Other Thoughts: Hole 7 along the creek and road could use stepping stones or a foot bridge to cross the creek when the pin is on the parking lot side. Hole 12 going into the woods really needs a bridge or bridges over the two small drainage areas that have a ton of water and are always muddy. Overall great course for regular play with a good selection of shots and ace runs. Fun course.
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Pros: Most of the holes are accessible for players of all levels. The course has a wide variety of holes, wooded holes to very open holes across soccer fields. Also it has some very short birdie holes as well as long holes up to 390 ft or so. Hole 9 is a fun shot from on top of a hill. A lot of ace runs on this course. There are nicely poured concrete tee pads on each hole as well as tee signs.
Cons: I don.t have too many cons to say except for hole 8 was a difficult shot because the landing area was real small. there is a parking lot to the left and a huge ditch to the right and through the fairway. Also the wooded holes could have more length. Hole 2, 3, and 12 could be a little longer to add a little more difficulty.
Other Thoughts: This is a great course for beginners as well as intermediate to advanced players. This could be a good course to recruit some new disc golfers and have fun yourself.
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Heritage Park Cullman
Pros: -Concrete pads with good traction.
-3 par 4's.
Cons: -Some hole signs are not accurate.
-Lateral hazards on 5 holes (7,8,9,10,11,12) can eat your disc.
-Soccer players and pedestrians can interfere with play.
Other Thoughts: -This is a very fun course.
-There are 3 holes that are almost impossible to par (7,8,12)
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