Carmel, IN 
Lawrence W. Inlow Park Share
Uploaded By: ajbova Hole #4 (Taken 8/2012)
3 / 185ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Basket

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 Family Friendly

5+    9/4/2012   10/4/2012
Review By: jeffhoots
Played: 11  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 2.6 Years
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Take the kids! The distances, from 120 to 185 feet, are family friendly.

Take yourself! A great place to practice an experienced putt and approach game. Enough trees to force you to shape your shots.
Cons: Short. A typical driver thrown by an experienced thrower will go past the baskets.

The grounds are also used for other events, like youth soccer practice, dog walking (watch your shoes!), and other family park type events.
Other Thoughts: I credit this course for helping my wife and kids get excited about disc golf. The quality of the grounds, the excellent baskets, and the shorter distances made the sport accessible to all of us.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Short, sweet and sassy!

5+    7/31/2012   7/31/2012
Review By: MacDaddy
Played: 145  Reviewed: 18  Exp: 31.4 Years
This review was updated on 8/27/2012
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Brand new Innova DISCatchers, Houck design Gold Tee-signs and Course Overview sign. Extra practice basket with "Around 9" putting game sign and pavers. Good quality 5' x 10' concrete tee-pads, well graded. Holes 1-4 are in a flat, grassy area of the park with some mid sized trees for obstacles to shape throws. Holes 5-8 are in a small woods with some large and lots of small to medium trees which demand various lines of flight. The last hole is back out in the open plain area and finishes up by the excellent mini-splash park, restrooms tables and other amenities. This course is the perfect first course for kids and families. Experienced players will get to use their mids and putters for a birdie / ace run feast! The course even complies with ADA guidlines for accessability for golf courses, so special needs players will be able to use all or parts of this unique design, depending on their abilities! The course is in a great neigborhood, with other 18-hole courses, The Hill @ Northview and Dillon Park just a stones throw away. With the future addition of the championship layout at Hazel Landing, the area is becoming a disc golf mecca for all levels!
Cons: Shorter, mostly open course. Won't host the Pro Worlds any time soon. But then that's not the type of course it is!
Other Thoughts: Great beginner course or a place to practice your mid-to-short control game before playing a round or two at other nearby 18-hole courses. Excellent amenities at the park make it the perfect place for families and kids to be introduced to the sport!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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