0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Evolving Course...improvements are being made...tees being moved around a bit....fairways mowed...the woods are the woods but played enough to be cleared...some what...
Cons: Signage would be nice...also...the map at the course indicates 9 hole course but its an 18 hole course...but then again I stopped looking at it because it was inaccurate...but do some scouting...some are obvious and some are harder to find
Other Thoughts: Its an evolving course..a fun course at that...many shots, water in play, trees, open but challenging fairways...then tight high risk shots...TO PLAY IT... IS TO EXPLORE IT...yeah...give me a basket and I will throw at it....on a dirt pad.... WHATT???!!!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Now it is 18! The new nine added much needed distance that wasn't possible with the first nine.
Great variety and lots of looks to challenge and add to the overall experience.
Cons: Need concrete pads, creek crossings, and some paths(especially the elevated holes) need some work which is in the works.
Other Thoughts: The land was going to waste and not the best for anything but for what there was to work with nothing but positives for the city as well as the disc golf community.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Course now has 18 holes!
Pros: If you play the original 9 from both teeboxes it's a fun little course. The new 9 adds a new feel to the course.
Cons: The new 9 still needs a little work which they are doing. So a little more time and it'll be great. Some of the new holes are easy to lose a disc.
Other Thoughts: Now that this course is 18 holes I hope more people check it out.
You start out on the same #1 and after hole 5 take a left to go back to the new # 6. From there it flows pretty well. The original #6 is now #15.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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