0 Helpful / 1 Not
Fun for practice/quick playthrough
Pros: -Relatively easy for newcomers
-Fairly well-kept grass
-Great for knocking out a quick round (~30 mins on a good day)
Cons: -may be too short for more experienced players
-Hole #5 is tricky to master at first, pretty easy to lose a disc if you're not careful
-Get's a little boring the more you play it
-The last 3 holes are really repetitive
Other Thoughts: I'm not a huge fan of the layout, it gets boring pretty quickly. It's a great course for someone who may be just starting out. I wish there was a putting practice pin on the course.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Plain and simple
Pros: Easy to play, very very good for starters. Hole #5 is awesome going down to the water; makes the course in my opinion.
Cons: Not very challenging for someone who has been playing for a long time.
Other Thoughts: Worth playing at least once. As far is "high school punks go" as some people mentioned in their reviews; don't mind them. They don't bother anyone and they keep to themselves. Don't have to worry about being hassled.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Not very busy, even on the weekend. Good course for beginners, as most of the holes are fairly straight and not too long. Hole #5 shows beginners a little more of what to expect on some of the harder courses.
Cons: Fairly easy course for more advanced players because of distance and straightness. Also, few obstructions leave a pretty open shot in most cases.
Other Thoughts: There are better courses around, but if you are in the area, makes for a nice walk...
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Good for a city park course
Pros: The 5th hole is a monster. Down a steep hill between trees and the basket is about 5' from the water. The 4th hole runs the ridge of the steep hole so it is possible to have a long roll down. Concrete Tee pads with distance and pin location on them. Lots of parking and a play ground for the kids. Not very busy.
Cons: Its really straight and the tress that are in the way are fairly young. The 1st hole backs up to a house so if you throw long you are in some ones back yard. The 3rd tee is only about 15' from someones garage. The first 2 holes are shorter and close together while the last 3 are long and further apart and almost identical in length and elevation.
Other Thoughts: There is a practice basket with some varied terrain around it. I don't know if it is worth driving for if there is something closer.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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