Pros: It's always nice to see new courses pop up in remote areas. This one has nice baskets and level ground.
Cons: The park was busy and it was difficult to determine where to start and where to go next. There are no signs at this stage of development.
Other Thoughts: If your in the area, free play and practice is available. This is a fun course in the making. I hope local resources will be able to give it some TLC and finishing touches.
Small Town Course
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Pros: Disc golf in a town under 2500 people. Nice enough baskets. Fairly easy to find your way around considering there are no tee signs or map. Bathroom at the park.
Cons: No tee signs or map. No benches or trashcans. Hole 3 and Hole 7 play across each others fairways. No real obsticals to force you to play around.
Other Thoughts: I thought this was a pretty nice course for such a small town. In a bigger city I would have given it a worse rating, but it's just nice to see disc golf popping up everywhere. The crossing fairways would bother me more if I thought the course was going to be packed, but I was the only one at the whole park. There was 15-20 mph winds when I played, it made the course much more challenging and therefore enjoyable. If I lived in Versailles I would be stoked they put this course in. I wouldn't go far out of your way for this one, but if you live close or you are driving down highway 5 it's worth the stop. It's 60 seconds off hwy 5 and took me 45 minutes to play through.
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