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Small and Fun
Pros: A small but beautiful park which is well kept which makes for a short but enjoyable round. The park is well maintained by the town of Malcom and seems to be in a lot better shape than most small town parks in Nebraska.
The catchers are Mach 2 catchers with the signs on top which indicate which hole they are supposed to be. This made navigating the course a little easier considering the tees were marked by painted planks of wood anchored into the ground.
Little to no chance of loosing a disc at this course but yet it is small and fun enough that it would be an enjoyable place to work on your game without the fear of loosing a disc or having to worry about any serious distance while your throwing. You could play this course over and over in a short period of time and not feel wore out.
Cons: No vertical tee signs or concrete teepads which sometimes made finding the next tee a bit hard especially on hole 4 where the teepad is a wood plank on a slope facing away from the basket on hole 3.
Holes 5 and 6 are very close to the highway coming in to town so be mindful of cars before throwing while playing these holes.
Other Thoughts: This course is not a challenge for a more experienced player but would be enjoyable for anyone working on their short to midrange game or looking for a good place to have a disc golf family outing for everyone.
Holes 1, 5, 7, and 9 have no trees that really come into play. Holes 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 have a lot more trees that come into play and provide a bit more of a chance to work on throwing hyzers, anhyzers, or thumbers.
I personally will revisit this course more in the future because it will be a great place to have a short but fun round while working on learning how to be a better disc golfer.
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