Watch out for walkers
Pros: Quality baskets, well groomed grass park. Good use of what there is to work with. The course forces you to use different throws. Everyone was very friendly.
Cons: The course is pretty small but still fun. We played in the evening on a Monday night and the park was fairly busy. Had to skip holes for dog walkers and kids on razors. The course lacks flow - after the 9th hole you have to walk across a couple of holes to get back to 1. If you have a horrible throw you could end up in the adjacent dirt field with a long walk to get through a gate, but at least there is a gate (the chain link fence has sharp tops).
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Pros: I've played this course about a dozen times since it's currently the best course in St. George. It is always green and very clean, tucked away in a quiet area with the Virgin River running along side it.
The 9 baskets are located around the outside of the park in pretty good locations that allow you to make the course your own. If the open field isn't in use for soccer or something then it allows for some long throws.
Trees can be used to make tight shots and tunnels.
Very low risk of losing a disc to the river or into someone's yard.
Baskets are all in great condition.
Cons: It is a fairly small and well-used park. There is a pavilion and playground you throw by that can be problematic. There are a lot of people and activities that go on so it can get a little crowded, but I've only every had to pass on a couple holes.
There aren't any concrete pads or signs. On the plus side you can choose your own adventure!
Dog poop here and there.
Other Thoughts: My brother is working with the city on an official design and tee pads but that will take at least a few months, (it is the government after all). It is a nice little park that is certainly worth throwing if you're in the area.
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