Cypress, TX
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Uploaded By: srm_520 Hole #4 (Taken 5/2012)
3 / 360ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee

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Goodson Middle School DGC

2-4    9/9/2012   10/12/2012
Review By: JR Stengele
Played: 176  Reviewed: 169  Exp: 14 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Goodson Middle School DGC consists of seven baskets in the middle of a grassy field with few trees but quality baskets. This course is a great place to practice finesse shots considering holes range from 135-215 feet with the exception of hole four that reaches 360 feet. The DGA baskets are in excellent shape, allowing more seasoned players to practice upshots and putting with zero chance of a lost disc. Novice players will enjoy playing on grass with wide open fairways, allowing them to work on mechanics and experience the flight characteristics of their discs with little frustration unlike the other courses in Cypress. Ace opportunities can be had on almost every hole!
With no tee signs or tee pads, navigation can be a little confusing. Especially from holes three through five. Fortunately, the baskets all have numbers on them. Locals play from basket to basket which is fine for the first few times but safari golf will improve both the enjoyment factor and difficulty and is HIGHLY recommended. Again, it is what it isa perfect place to practice and introduce children to the sport.
Other Thoughts:
Goodson Middle School is very fortunate to have DG as part of their physical education program. It promotes fun and healthy exercise while also teaching the basics on sportsmanship. Considering how much land they have surrounding the school however, it would be nice to see them either add a few more holes or create a more challenging layout that takes advantage of the obstacles. Still, it was fun for a course bagger like me to play a course in less than 30 minutes and move on to some of the more fantastic courses in Cypress like Oak Meadow Park and Texas Army Trail.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

2-4    7/4/2012   10/11/2012
Review By: c_a_miller
Played: 105  Reviewed: 96  Exp: 2 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a great course to introduce small kids to the sport of disc golf. There are 7 baskets that are all in near perfect shape and have hole numbers listed clearly on each of the baskets.

It is a very quiet course, it does not see a lot of action due to a few great 18 holers nearby so if you come you will have the course to yourself 99% of the time. The course is always mowed so there is no having to worry about searching for a disc in long grass.
Cons: This really is not even a "course" at is just a place to practice shots. There are no designated tee area. I usually just play a few feet away from the previous basket but there are different ways to do things.

The flow of the course got a little weird at #4-#5 I did not realize I was playing it wrong until the second time I went and played.

There is no imagination for your shots. Most baskets are on a direct line from the "tee"
Other Thoughts: This course rarely sees any use which is sad because this could be a great way to introduce students at Goodson to the sport.

There is no reason you should drive more then 5 miles out of your way to play here unless you are a course bagger or just want to stop on your way to Army Trail or Oak Meadows.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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