9 Helpful / 0 Not
Soon Tio be Great
Pros: Although this is a multi use park, the three times I have played this course I have not seen anyone use the walking paths or even playing disc golf
ChainStar baskets all nice and new, with the direction to the next tee on all of them.
Signs have Elevation Chart(which as my friend liked to make fun of me) makes it slightly easier on some of the blind shots.
Shot variety. This is the kind of course you can come to multiple times and throw a different shot on the same every time. Some of the hole have looks you don't even know how to shoot. great elevation making for a lot of down hill runs, that also have risk v reword, in good basket placement on hills.
Cons: Trees are one of the best worst things about this course. I would say 200 or so need to go, but I think the course designer is kind of wanting to let it break in itself.
Carpet Teepads are not very good, but at least they have something.
Other Thoughts: Wednesdays after 4pm, the course is pretty much unplayable due to a Gun club. I think it's only the Back Nine, but I would still stay away.
This Course is a nice hidden Gem. WE went mid June and because of the bugs it was almost unplayable. This is one of those work in progress courses that once cement Teepads and a little bit of the rough gets broken in it will be an easy four possible 4.5
I don't think anyone has shot under par, atleast last I checked on Disc Golf Scene. Slight fun fact.
2 Dollars to get in the park also.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Not for the weak
Pros: Elevation changes
Direction to next hole sticker on basket.
Nice hike between holes.
This place is a total work out. Up and down and up and up and down.
Leave the cart at home.
Cons: Obvious. No tee pads
Place could use a good racking.
Other Thoughts: Adventure course
Easy to get to
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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