Great when on break.
Pros: -Basically vacant.
-30 seconds from the mall.
-Plenty of parking.
-No trees, water, or grass/bushes over 1 foot.
-3 Holes, all around a par 3, this allows you to test shots, practice throws, and get used to playing in new ways, with no chance of loosing your disc.
-Well groomed, each hole is mowed along with a walk path to the following tee.
-The 'Wild prairie grasses' make going to find your poorly thrown disc easy, and hassle free.
Cons: -It's only 3 frickin holes!
-Each hole is at best a par 3.
-No benches, no water, no shade, no trash bins, no signs (not that you would need them).
-Play at your own risk, playing during standard office hours can get you kicked off the course.
-Lots of bugs if you need to locate your disc, walking through the tall grass will kick up many bugs.
-It's technically built for the employees, It isn't public.
Other Thoughts: Everything above considered, I really like this place.
The area in general has many courses with just as much variety.
This course is everything it can be for what it is...
Can they make it better? Yes.
They have room in-between the other parking lots along the walk path for expansion.
I suggest this course for anyone who wants to cram in a quick something on break.
You can easily get from point A to tee F and then to point G (your car) in 9 minutes.
If it's your day off, or you have no time schedule, I highly suggest this course as a warm up before your real game, for the following reasons;
-You can stretch mentally and physically before your real game.
-You can adjust your aim and focus your sights before the real match.
-You can try that shot you have been working on in a real environment with no worries.
-Rusty players have no fear, You can show up and play a round or two to get back in shape... (blame it on the fact it's your first time here)
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