Pros: Solid beginner course.
9 grippy Disccatcher baskets that are highly visible. Not many courses in the area. Perfect for beginners or for building a putt and approach game.
Signs, tees (2 x 2 paver stones), very nice park.
Course does not interfere with any of the athletic fields on the property with exception of hole 5 (crosses a small workout area). The trail crosses a few holes but it isn't as much as a problem as the trail at Northwestway.
Cons: Very short holes. Most holes are between 114-250 feet. Hole 7 is the longest hole.
Not many obstacles. All of the trees are young so they do not alter your throw. In 10-15 years, the trees will be a pain for course users.
Only one tee per hole. Since all of the holes are very short, longer tee pads are needed. There is enough room in this park to add longer tees.
Tees need expanded. It is easy to trip over the paver stones in the ground and it is hard to get a good approach for throwing.
Signs are faded and need remade.
Other Thoughts: This was an enjoyable course. There is not much difficulty to this course unless it is a windy day.
There is room for this course to be expanded either by more holes the same size or by adding a longer set of tees.
When the trees grow and when longer tees are added, this course would be a 2.5-3 but not much better.
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Work on your short game
Pros: - Everything is recreational par 3, great to work on short game
- Great course for families. If children get bored there is a nice playground in the middle of course.
- Very nice baskets
- Easily ace holes
Cons: - Rain drainage is an issue. Course gets standing water on many holes
- Lack of meaningful obstacles
- Grass is very patchy
- Tees are tiny
Other Thoughts: This park could be better, but if you take it as a way to quickly work on your mid-short game I think you will like it.
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