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Martin Park Park

1    1/19/2013   1/20/2013
Review By: Austin Aschbrenner
Played: 15  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 1.8 Years
Pros: Relatively easy course.
Wide Open
Great for Beginners and the occasional rocket thrower.
Concrete Tee-boxes
Has those rare par 4's I've heard tales about.
Cons: Almost all of the holes with the exception of 8 and 9 are WIDE open.
There are no signs at tee-boxes declaring which hole it is for.
Some of the Tee-boxes are aimed in the wrong direction.
Various bits of trash like bike and car tires randomly hidden around.
Water hazards on the edge of the course is utterly filthy and filled with trash.
Risk of losing a disk to the fence and not getting it back.
Other Thoughts: A fun little course but kinda un-kept and wide open. But it's a good course to maybe warm up before a full round.

Fun 9-hole course.

1    11/17/2012   12/13/2012
Review By: RRRTourney
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course has a fun layout and gives you plenty opportunity to use a big arm if you have one. I haven't seen many 9 hole courses this long and it is defnitely a world apart from nearby Kees park when it comes to distance. Concrete tee boxes throughout. .
Cons: There are no signs and first timers are going to have to search for tees and baskets. Definitely download and print the map before you go. Only the baskets are numbered. I'd give it another half point if it had signs at the tee boxes. One of the tee boxes (6) is oriented incorrectly. It looks like there was supposed to be a mando, but it's not marked. The course might be a bit difficult to find. Just look for the big radio tower and get to it because it is in the middle of the course.
Other Thoughts: This is a convenient course to get to from I-49 or 71 if you are coming from the south. Buhlow is a better experience, but this course is worth the visit.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Nice 9 holer

2-4    9/14/2012   9/14/2012
Review By: Doofenshmirtz
Played: 33  Reviewed: 33  Exp: 2.3 Years
This review was updated on 10/28/2013
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course has an interesting layout with some longer, wide open holes while also having some more technical holes that require some shot shaping. At over 3,500 feet, it is a relatively long course for nine holes. The park is well kept and mowed and sees only light use. There is a playground, public restrooms and a police substation at this park which keeps everything both convenient and safe.
Cons: Its's only 9 holes, but it's a good start for Alexandria. There is a course map at the first tee only but no individual tee signs so take a pic of the course map before you play if you are unfamiliar with the course. The basket that the first teebox points at is actually on hole #4.
Other Thoughts: Work on clearing the last two fairways is complete as of November 15, 2012. The city has indicated that it will put up signs at the teeboxes. This is a fun course to play that can be very difficult in windy conditions due to the length of some of the holes.

"Petey," our name for the chained pit bull in the back yard of the house near the 7th basket, has a new and higher fence that eliminates some of the former unease at playing this hole.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

interesting 9 holer

1    9/12/2012   9/13/2012
Review By: Mung
Played: 19  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 2.3 Years
This review was updated on 1/1/2013
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The city has done some major renovations to this course and park. Much easier to play now, even the last two holes. Grass was mowed, no other players to slow me down; nice open course except for first hole fencing problems..
Cons: First hole abuts the 911 call center, and discs manage to get inside fence constantly, meaning you lose them for the round, until you go ask to be let back there. Mosquitos are epic along the treeline. No signs, yardage, etc.
Other Thoughts: Doofenshmirtz discovered this while goofing on GoogleEarth, so we went out at lunch to check it. I then hit it after work. First few holes are long but open. Several spots where you could easily lose discs, including fenced in yard of 911 center, swampland across big ditch, and backyard with giant pitbull.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.


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