4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The course plays through a small, well kept neighborhood park. The grass is mowed and there was no trash or vandalism when I played. The baskets seemed pretty new, and the signage was basic but in great shape and totally adequate to navigate the course. The concrete pads were small, but the holes are short so that's not a big deal. A few holes bring some water hazards into play on an errant shot, a few more have enough trees to make you think about how to approach your shot.
Cons: There are a lot of safety issues here. The course plays right next to pavilions, a volleyball court and a basketball court. The walking path is in play on several holes, including one shot where walkers can come around a blind corner in the middle of the fairway. The course is very short and open, a simple hyzer is sufficient on 8 of the 9 holes with little punishment for errant shots.
Other Thoughts: Beginners can have fun here, with shorter holes and not a lot of chances to lose discs other than a single hole where the water is actually in play. More experienced players won't find much challenge here, even playing a putter only round, there just isn't enough room or enough obstacles to really test different disc golf skills. It always makes me nervous to see beginner oriented courses with serious safety issues. Less accurate players magnify the potential for conflict with other park users and that kind of problem can jeopardize installation of future courses.
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