a way to know ur skills
Pros: new tees as of July are great for footing. great course for defining your style of play and skill set. all hole's are a makeable 3.
HOLE 1/ 311ft/ par 3. long straight shot to basket under large tree. stay right side for easy putts
HOLE 2/ 402ft/ par 4. good hole to work on your long bomber with placement.
HOLE 3/ 215ft/ par 3. the ACE PLACE.
HOLE 4/ 400ft/ par 4. the other long bomber with no chance of getting in deep rough. maintenance piles on left, road on right and far right to a parking lot.
HOLE 5/ 220ft/ par 3. nice small hole with up then down hill and large tree left of basket. stay right side for easier putts.
HOLE 6/ 355ft/ par 4. start of risk / reward shots. many small low hanging trees left front of tee for the long trip around center pond. or bomb a straight shot thru tight window over pond.
HOLE 7/ 265ft/ par 3. great hole for added pressure. short and you land in deep rough, hang it to right and your in the willow tree, to much left puts hard line for basket. the straighter the better for this line.
HOLE 8/ 196ft/ par 3. ACE PLACE #2
HOLE 9/ 325ft/ par3. this hole will keep you and your nerves on edge. long S turn between two large willows with basket behind second. tall grass on left and right of fairway.
HOLE 10/ 253ft/ par 3. beware the wind. only thing in your way is a lot of tall thick grass on left and right.
Cons: 1) a bit of a walk back to parking lot after 10.
2) people thinking this is a long out of there way walk back.
3) not having anymore cons
Other Thoughts: 08/31/13 was a 2 round, 19 hole, 114 par tournament that was a great day spent at the park. I finished with 122 tied for 3rd. best course in the area.
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Pros: I'm new to the sport and this is the first course that I have ever played. This is a nice open course and is certainly friendly for rookies. It is pretty open and difficult to lose discs; however, there are some technical shots to keep it interesting.
New brick tee pads have been installed! I like that many of the holes have a couple of different lines.
Being a lefty, I find that this course is a good balance of lefty and righty holes.
Cons: It is difficult to find the first hole and the hole markers are 90° to the baskets. The course is easy enough to follow once you figure out that the basket is to the right when facing the hole markers.
The addition of tee pads make this course really easy to follow.
Other Thoughts: This course is a lot of fun for a newer player. The course is well taken care of and everyone that we have run into while playing this course has been very friendly.
Added: I have been playing this course for over a year now. It is one of my favorites now that I have developed my skills to the point where I can appreciate the nuances of the course.
From a lefty point of view:
Hole 1 is 311' that is slightly up hill and the basket is protected by a big tree.
hole 2 is 411'. This is a tough throw for me because my hyser line is protected by a bunch of trees.
hole 3 is short and again my hyser line is protected by a bunch of pine trees. A straight shot is my best option, but it is easy to over throw the basket on a go for shot and land OB.
hole 4 is 402' and your first shot and really make or break this hole.
hole 5 is another shorter hole. I can throw a hyser around a hill, but then the basket is protected by another big tree.
hole 6 has two lines to it. One can throw through a small gap in the trees about 200' feet away and land in the sometimes swamp area or go to the left and contend with a bunch on smaller trees.
hole 7 is over the same sometimes swamp area and through another gap in the trees. The basket is protected by a couple of large trees in front and in back of it.
hole 8 is another ace run hole. It is a short and straight forward hole.
hole 9 is a big middle finger to the lefties of the world! There is a mando that is between two large willow trees that really favors righties. If not for the mando, this would be an easy lefty hole.
hole 10 is 266' and is my only ace at Warrington to date. it is a wide open hole with a smallish landing area in front of and to the left side of the basket. The back and right side are pretty open.
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