Promising but could be better.
Pros: This idyllic park is a gem of Prague that most tourists will miss. The park is adjacent to public transportation and a short walk will bring players to the course. All four baskets are in good shape. Drives are relatively short. The three remaining drives have tees that are made of artificial turf. Signs for basket number and distance are next to tee, but have been vandalized. Drive 1 is the best and the rest are for beginners or intermediate players. The train tube that passes over drive 4 is an amazing piece of architecture. Basket 2 is an ace waiting to happen.
Cons: The Achilles heal of this course is it has only four baskets and three drives. Currently, a newly built tennis court has absorbed what used to be the fairway of 3. The course is remotely challenging. Heavy brush flanks the drives along with high fences thus an errant shot might be unretrievable. No signs will direct a player to the course, and this might be troublesome if a player enters in at the east or west end of this large and rectangular shaped park.
Other Thoughts: The aesthetics of this park are phenomenal! The two lakes, hills and surrounding architecture should make this park a must for the culturally elevated player. If children are in tow, there are numerous activities to amuse them while the disc golfer plays a quick round or more.
There seems to be plenty of room to expand this course. Hopefully the desire is there to do so soon.
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