Aesthetic--Plays through a field area, around a baseball diamond and over a ice skating rink (?) on the north end of a multi-use park. no real issue with people if you watch for walkers.
Poles- no baskets, just poles, nice and visible. No real issue with finding where you are throwing.
Routing/nav- not really that bad. the walk between 4 and 5 is long but pretty intuitive if you are thinking about it. other than that, the next tee is visible from the previous pole.
Teepads/poles- no teepads to speak of, barely dirt scuffs. poles instead of baskets is always a con for most folks.
Challenge/ risk v reward-- none to speak of. the holes are short and undemanding. straight shots dominate. the use of trees is ok, but the use of land is kind of poor. no elevation to speak of.
Variety-- like was already said, this course is very vanilla. straight shots with little obstruction. #8 is kind of nice with it's "tunnel" from the tee.
Use of Land-- seems the woods on the far north could have been used to spice this place up a bit.. or the water in the south end for that matter. they may have picked the most boring land to put this course on, seriously.
Other Thoughts: enjoyed the quick easy round but the challenge factor wasn't there. I threw only a gator and voodoo here. didn't have to take my bag at all :)
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