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Pros: As a beginner and having the kids play too this course was a great course. We loved playing 1 and 2 because of the sledding hills elevation. There was a water hazard, and a " dry creek" which for beginners playing it as a water hazard without the true possibility of losing a disc is good.
Cons: The tees are bad
Other Thoughts: a very well kept park that we will visit again for sledding in the winter months
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Out w/ the old and in w/ the NEW!
Pros: * Brand new baskets
* Brand new gravel pits for the tee areas
* Fully detailed tee signs
* Enjoyable pitch & putt
* Hole # 2 best by far, has you throwing downhill on a nice sized hill.
Cons: * Majority of the holes are short ranged
* Couple of shots are 100% wide open. No obstacles once so ever
Other Thoughts: I played the old holes before playing the new holes. The upgraded baskets & tee areas really improve the course. (the old baskets are rusted and the old tee areas are muddy) Some holes are just modified where a couple are changed completely. I'd play again.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: This course was recently redone. They have brand new Innova DISCatcher Pro baskets. It is a great practice course with some elevation changes on a sled hill.
Cons: Many of the holes 5-8 go back and forth over a small valley (water spillway) and they are almost the same shot.
Other Thoughts: If you live around the area and are looking for a course that is not too crowded with room to practice or are a beginner I highly recomend this course. It is nearly impossible to loose a disc on this course and there is plenty of room to practice distance drives in the soccer field or the open field in back which also has a baseball field that is rarely used.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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