Square course for a quick throw
Pros: All the baskets are in good condition and almost all holes are open and great for beginners.
Cons: There are no tee pads, but the areas are marked making the course easy to follow. No real challenge, as long as you can throw straight this course will be easy.
Other Thoughts: The designers of this course did great given their restrictions. It's built entirely inside a small city block of grass and a few trees. It makes for a nice quick practice round if you work near the area.
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Simple 9 Hole Course
Pros: This course is built inside of a large rectangle of grass surrounded by roadways. There are some nice mature trees on the course, but most holes are open.
Baskets are all in perfect condition, but there are no teepads. You simply stand next to a small tee sign and fire at the basket. Several of the holes parallel the surrounding roadways around the perimeter of the grass block, but the longest (Hole 4 at 315' and Hole 6 at 440') utilize the middle of the block.
Hole 8 is short at 190', but arguably the most interesting as the drive takes you through a wide tunnel of the largest trees on the course.
Quick play. I shot nine holes in 19 minutes without rushing.
Cons: There is little variety on the course. Mostly wide-open shots over grass. They utilized the scattered trees as well as possible, but there just aren't many to work with.
No defined teepads.
Tee signs are weathered and difficult to read. Baskets are close enough that I drove to the wrong basket on two holes. This isn't a problem after the first round.
Other Thoughts: They did the best they could with the plot of ground they had to work with. If I lived nearby I would play this course regularly just for the practice.
Enchanted Lands DGC (maybe 5 miles away) is a much more varied and challenging course.
I noticed that there are several more blocks of turf adjacent to this one. So they could expand the course easily, though the holes would be essentially the same.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Typical College Recreational Course!
Pros: The ENMU DGC occupies one square block of the college campus. This block is flat and grassy with a few scattered trees comprising the only obstacles you'll be encountering.
This is a true recreational level course in every way. Only one hole (# 6 ) plays longer than 315' and it's 440' and wide open and also listed as a par 4. It's an eagle OP for those of you with the big arms. Most holes play around 200' with limited obstacles. The signs are the very basic little plastic ones. There are no tee pads, you just tee off next to the baskets. The baskets are DGA models and catch just fine.
Cons: Really, there's nothing wrong with this course as long as your expectations are reasonable (see 2.0 ratings above). It's a REC course. Short distances. Limited obstacles. Flat. No tee pads. No water hazards. No memorable holes unless you throw in an ACE on one of these usually forgetable holes.
Other Thoughts: Come here to work on your short game or to chase that exclusive ACE. Or it's a great course to break in a newbie. Or bring your girlfriend or wife or son.
Have fun with it for what it is! Just recreational fun disc golf!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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ace race cocourse
Pros: if your looking for a quick round to get in this is where we go, this is a mid range putter course, only one hole needed a driver, holes are very short, course dose flow very well with what limited space they had, good signs, dirt tee pad,
Cons: very short but is fun to play
Other Thoughts: they did the best they could do with what they had, another 9 Holes might be added later to make a lil more excitement!
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