2 Helpful / 0 Not
could be worse
Pros: -great baskets and signs
-plenty of parking
-natural tees in great condition
-park is clean and well-maintained
Cons: -not a good piece of land for disc golf
-walking path and sport fields are a hazard
-holes 1 and 9 are on opposite sides of the park
-hole 1 is separated from the rest of the course
-no convenient places to cross the creek that you have to cross 5 times
Other Thoughts: This is a beginner course in a very small park. It is cool that they have a course in a small town like this but there are not a lot of good things to say about it.
The creek provides an obstacle but is a pain to cross. The holes are otherwise mostly wide open except for a few trees and fences.
This is a great place for locals to get exposed to the sport and for beginners to get a feel for the game but it is not worth anyone going out of the way to play it.
This just occurred to me: a way to play the course as 18 with some more interesting holes. Start from the end of the parking lot near holes 3 and 4. Shoot all the way out to basket 9 for your first hole. Then play basket to basket backwards from 9 to 1. Then turn around and play the regular course. You end up with a monster hole 1 to warm up on and another monster in the middle on hole 9. In between are all the short shots. Paths and beyond OB also. Food for thought.
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Bad Park for DG
Other Thoughts: These 9 holes have great baskets, nice tee signs and well cared for grass. Other than that there isn't a lot of nice things to say, the design did about as good of a job with the hole layout as possible, this just is not the ideal park for a disc golf. The first tee is at the far South end of the park and the 9th basket is at the far North. The creek you traverse on 3 of the holes makes taking a child in a stroller extremely difficult, though you wouldn't need a cart for discs as playing this course with more than a putter and mid would be overkill. A short barbed wire fence on the last 3 holes will cost you a disc on errant shots. The sidewalk can bring pedestrians into play on every hole and the park in general is too small for throwing discs.
Don't go out of your way to play this.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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