Changes Have Been Made
Pros: Pretty solid spread of 18 holes, not a ton of walking, and there are several easy holes, which is great for beginner players.
This course has holes for hyzers, anhyzers, flicks, mandos, excellent variety!
A combo of both open field and wooded area.
Cons: Multiple holes throwing to the same basket, making a little slow when the course is crowded. It's no more than two holes though.
There are a few holes that are close to picnic tables and sidewalk, so be cautious when throwing!
Other Thoughts: This course is an awesome small town place to play. It's the closest one to my home, so I get to play here often and I never get tired of it. The variety of wooded and open field holes is fun. Mandatory flights on 6, 9, and 17 add a little difficulty to the play.
Now for those who have played this course before and didn't like the safety, the course has changed up a bit!!! Both tees and baskets from several holes have been moved to safer areas, and one basket has been added.
You are no longer throwing so close to the pavilion at hole 5 and 13.
Hole 11's tee and basket have been moved. The tee is next to the basket of 10 and the basket is a straight shot through some trees.
Hole 16's tee has been moved away from the picnic tables.
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definitely worth a visit
Pros: It's a nice park with beautiful new baskets. There are some fun throws with plenty of variety.
Cons: Throwing through and around picnic areas could become a problem if people are really out using the park. It's a town of 2500 though so I doubt it really becomes a problem a lot.
The par labels are goofy there are some par 2's and even an ace. I just played them as 3's and everything was great.
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