3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easy to find 1st tee from parking area. This course flows well, and the tee signs are in good condition, and helpful. A good course for practicing, your open throwing. I like the split on 14 that lets you approach the basket from the left or right. They did a nice job of widening the tee pad, so you don't get stuck at an awkward angle on this shot. There's not much wasted space between baskets.
Cons: There's not much diversity as far as the different types of baskets. The layout for most of the baskets is somewhat boring and repetitive. If you overthrow the basket on 5, you may be dodging discs because you'll be on the fairway for 6. The course ends short at 18 and you have to walk a ways to get back to the parking lot.
Other Thoughts: Overall I think this is a good course. It doesn't have much as far as diversity, or challenges, but I still think it's a good course to try out. They seem to maintain it well, and it's just a nice place to go for a round of disc golf. I think they set some of the pars a little high. The par 4's could easily be 3's and the par 5 on 18 could be a 4. Some people may give it a lower score just cause they're disc golf snobs, but I liked it, and considering what NW Iowa has to offer as far as disc golf goes, I think it's decent.
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