Carmel, IN 
Lawrence W. Inlow Park Share
Uploaded By: ajbova Hole #1 (Taken 8/2012)
3 / 135ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Tee

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 Neat little pitch and putt

2-4    8/3/2012   8/3/2012
Review By: Grungedude42
Played: 27  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 16.5 Years
This review was updated on 10/15/2013
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Very clean park. Looks well maintained. (Update: Parks department started to let this go this past summer. Watch the tall grass and bushes growing into #4, and the ground wasps got real bad on #6. Spit and polish means more than usual to me on such an intimate, purpose driven course. Gonna take half a disc for that )
-Trees in wooded area aren't very dense, but dense enough to get the point across.
-Bathrooms and water fountains are nearby, new and clean.
-Shelter on site with grills
-Every hole is aceable, but very few 'gimmes'. Each provides a touch of tricky elements.

Cons: -Trees need maturing, but that will come in time.
-Short holes, leaves you wanting to rip a drive, but there's no where to do it.
-Some tees are within shanking distance of the previous basket. Watch your back!
-Played twice in under 40 minutes. No alternate tees to spice things up.

Other Thoughts: Good place to practice approach shots and putter drives. Every hole is easily reached with a putter, leave the mids on up in the car.
Good course for the intent. While the holes are short, each provides a touch of tricky, well except 9.
The course manages to be short and entry level without feeling like a mini-golf course. No windmill gimmicks or shenanigans to be found. Neat little place to pitch and putt.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Roc, Putter, Scissors

2-4    7/31/2012   7/31/2012
Review By: Matthew boals
Played: 203  Reviewed: 54  Exp: 22.5 Years
This review was updated on 9/12/2013
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A course for KIDDIES...and Mom & Dad starting to play the sport. Great layout in a kiddie park. No hole over 200' giving true new players a taste of disc golf and WANTING more.
Round 9 Putting game! that gets longer & tougher. 2 putts behind trees with a small incline.
Can very well be a "Warm-up" course played by the Adv./Pro player working on "Go for it" putts or mid-range shots before playing 1 of the other 3 near by 18 hole courses.
Perfect course for a Glow/1 Disc tourney.
Large concrete tees, very nice signage. Large paved parking lot. Clean bathrooms, outdoor shower, BBQ grills, Shelters, 3 Jungle Gyms & nature trails in the woods.
The Hamilton Disc Golf Union ( will be having the Annual Discraft Ace Race Fund Raising Event played here!
Cons: Flat, No water. But they are not needed, with near by Dillon & Northview.
No Alt. pin locations-yet!?
Other Thoughts: For players who need more distance, here's a Safari layout; warm-up on the round 9 putting game...#1 Tee to #2 DISCatcher, #3 Tee to #4 DISCatcher, #5 Tee to #6 DISCatcher, #7 Tee to (90 dogleg) #8 DISCatcher, #9 Tee as designed OR to #2 DISCatcher.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

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