Awesome little freebie 9 holer
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Pros: Absolutely killer atmosphere, really loved the park itself even just for a nice walk, it was beautiful. The course is extremely well maintained which I assume is a city job so it really rocks for a free course. The shots while short were a challenge due to the river and trees etc. Really nice little course.
Cons: We couldn't find the 8th hole, we looked all over and had no luck but that's not a downside as much as maybe just not knowing the course. The river also ate my gf's teebird haha but that's more so user error.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this was a blast, very well marked out, well maintained and we will totally be hitting this one again. Just be careful around all the water hazards :D
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Working Man's Course
Pros: Great course to play during your lunch break. Most of the tee boxes are drawn onto existing concrete trails so you have consistent footing.
Almost all the holes have several different angles of attack. Lots of great safari shots possible.
Cons: The tee box for #3 was destroyed in the flood, so there is a semi-permanent safari hole that uses the #7 basket. The course will be completed once the trail is repaired.
Other Thoughts: Watch out for park-goers and tweekers
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Pros: This is a fun little short course that can be played in about 20-25 minutes, and the probability of losing a disc here is slim to none (There is a river that runs through the park and comes into play on some of the holes, but it's fairly shallow). The basket placements can make for some technical shots, but they are fun and remind me of an ace race course.
Cons: No Permanent tee pads yet, and some of the temporary tee pads have you throwing from a residental street surrounding the park. One of the baskets is shared for holes 3 and 7, so it can get a little congested at times, but i'd rather play the one basket for two holes, than play with one less hole on the course.
Other Thoughts: If you get bored with the current set up, it would be fairly easy to make your own safari course here. You can get away with bringing just a putter or midrange disc to the course, but be wary of the pedestrians strolling through the park.
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