Malcolm---In the middle
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a well maintained course set in a small town park that is very nice.
Beginner friendly course or advanced players can work on their midrange game here. Disc loss should be nil. Rounds will play quickly as well.
There are some good lines here that will challenge but not frustrate. Good mix of short and moderate length holes.
Also there are other amenities like a playground and a gazebo.
1-mostly open with the basket protected
2-nice tunnel shot, favorite hole for me
3-plays over the bridge seen in the photos
4-is uphill and you have a gap to hit
5-straight shot that is open
6-blind basket from the tee that dog legs to the right
7-open and straight
8-low ceiling with the basket in a draw
9-has a few trees to navigate mid fairway
Cons: The highway is pretty close to holes 1, 5, and 7 so pay attention.
Toe boards might be hard to find if the grass is thick, the course was well mowed upon my visit and they were all visible.
Hole 3 is close to a bridge and hole 8 is close to a gazebo so pay attention and make sure before you throw.
The park can get crowded with other park goers so keep an eye out.
Other Thoughts: This is a fun small town course that uses all of the park as best it can. This would be a place to take your family for a quick round or someone that wants to learn the game.
This isn't a grip and rip style course so if you are looking for that you will have to keep on driving.
This is a good warm up course to go play before you play a course like nearby Roper in Lincoln or Plum Creek in Seward.
I enjoyed my round here and I wished more small towns would install nice courses like this to get more players involved in the game.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Solid baskets.
Easy in an enjoyable way.
Great course for the size of the area.
Cons: Short course.
Highway traffic in play.
Playground in play.
Tees are 4x4 posts buried in the dirt horizontally.
Wind can be a factor.
Other Thoughts: Neat little course tucked into this town. I would feel uncomfortable playing this with children playing on the equipment. This course is excellent for as small as the park is.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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