4 Helpful / 0 Not
Disc Golf Water Park
Pros: Small rec course that plays near a small water park
2/3rds of the course is under 200ft, with the last 1/3 just over. 250ft Max
Concrete Tee's; Tee signs with maps and distance
Can be played with one or two discs
Can be played quickly
Pool with waterslides on property
Small park is also available
Cons: They are all short shots, and would be boring to most average players
Other Thoughts: As I've said before with courses like this, it's too small to have many cons. This course isn't really for the standard disc golfer. This is another activity for people that are visiting the water park. It's short, it's small, and it can be played in about 15 minutes with just a putter. But I will offer Kudos to the park offering Disc Golf as an additional activity to the water park!
I'm not going to end it on a down note, because this is a great course to introduce new players to the sport of disc golf. This is the kind of course you would take someone who has never played before. (e.g. a date, Family, young kids, etc) It's small, easy, and simple, but can still offer a fun time for non-players. For the average Disc Golfer it'll be boring, but there are 3 more courses in the area to play. Two of which are bigger, better and more accommodating to the longer arms.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Pros: Concrete tees, great beginner course.
Cons: Tees are very short. No difficult shots.
Other Thoughts: There is nothing challenging about this course, which makes it great for beginners. It's also near the college, so you can get a quick round in before class. Leave your discs in the car and only take a mid and a putter as there are no long shots at all.
It's nice to see another course in the area and I would take my kids to play here and I think they'd have a great time.
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