Peoria, IL 
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 Bradley is da Bomb

5+    5/25/2009   1/14/2010
Review By: #19325
Played: 315  Reviewed: 168  Exp: 13.2 Years
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Bradley Park is very cool. There is an upper section where the front 9 is located and a lower section where the back 9 is located. There are some very large trees and nice elevation changes. Many holes play on the edge of the river/creek. It has very steep banks and many discs find their way down it.

Nice cement tee pads and tee signs.

Wide variety of shots and distances. Uphill/Downhill, flat, wooded,open. 2 pin placements for every hole. This course has a great mix. You will learn how to throw a disc here.

Roads are played out of bounds and add challenge. Many pins are placed near roads and have greens that slope to them.

You walk past the parking lot on the way to #10.

This is a good beginner course but is also fun for skilled players.

This is very fun par 54 golf.
Cons: Print a course map. Finding Hole #1 and navigating the course can be difficult.

This is an under par 54 course. SSA played at 50 -4 and 48 -6 a few years ago.
http://www.pdga.com/course-ra...?TournID=7941
Other Thoughts: Bradley University students are lucky to have this park. If you get a chance to eat at Avanti's do so.

Peoria is the best spot in Illinois to play disc golf. This course has been kind of lost with the addition of several good area courses. Do not skip this course. It's very fun!

Check out my Illinois Top 10.
http://discontinuum.org/index...1486.msg68704#msg68704

9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

 Bradley Park

1    8/22/2009   8/22/2009
Review By: ElementZ
Played: 114  Reviewed: 111  Exp: 5.3 Years
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Some of the holes were magnificent! There's a fantastic mix of shots whether it's uphill/downhill and left/right or wooded/wide open.
-Fairly easy to follow.
-The park is well taken care of and is very clean. It's a little tricky to find the disc golf course once you get inside the park, but it's worth it when you do find it. :)
Cons: -The only thing by the tees are the distance and the hole #. It would have been really nice to include a map of the hole for beginners.
- For the first 10 or so holes, there was this strange black man following/stalking us around the course who seemed like he had no idea what was going on. Then a cop car pulled around the corner and he started to run. There were a lot of cops out...I don't know if this is a regular thing or if it was only like this today though.
-Very easy to lose your disc. I lost my favorite disc, my Lat64 Core, on hole #16 in the river/creek and while we were looking, another guy came up to us and said that his daughter lost her Eagle at the exact same spot. Be warned!
Other Thoughts: The students of Bradley are very lucky to have a disc golf course of this calibur basically directly on campus. The only thing that really made me mad about this course is the creek that comes into play on the back nine. It was pretty littered there and, as said, it's definitely a possibility that you lose a disc here. Aside from that, I'd say it's definitely worth going to.

NOTE! I edited the Map Locator so it's accurate now. :)

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

  Good couse for beg/nov.

5+    7/15/2008   12/15/2008
Review By: FORDmutang1
Played: 58  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 11.2 Years
1 Helpful / 10 Not
Pros: Good balance of shots, not overall difficult course, location is in a great place
Cons: Easy to loose disc on a couple holes.
Other Thoughts: This is a great course if you are just starting to play, wanting to learn, or just practice with.

1 of 11 people found this review helpful.

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