Disc Golf Comes to Coleman
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Pros: -the signs are very nice.
- most holes do require some shot shaping.
- the course would be a nice introduction course as most holes are under 250'
-Holes 8 is 384'(longest holes)
-Course flowed well
-at least they have baskets
course was empty (i was there one friday evening)
Cons: - tee pads are short most were 4-5 feet long and 3 feet wide
- course uses several tees twice to make it a full nine.
- most holes were mostly putters and midranges
Other Thoughts: The park is small, baskets are sub-par and the design is meh but, the disc golf is descent and I will come back from time to time. The course is worth the stop if your traveling up highway 141, other than that don't really waste your time.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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New Course in Coleman
Pros: Great signage, baskets are well built for homemade, fun course for beginners, course is the only one within 20 miles or so.
Cons: Concrete tees are often too short to be effective, baskets only have 8 outer chains-not the best for catching discs, many shorter holes, I outdrove quite a few.
Other Thoughts: A nice new addition to the northwoods. Definitely not a course for serious discers, but a great intro for the community. I was disappointed with the tees, which are old pieces of concrete from a construction project in town in 2011. Many are too short or oddly shaped to really be effective. The baskets were built by the high school metals students, and although they look fantastic, they could really use a few more chains to catch better. For a course in a village this size, it is a nice start.
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