Great Beginner Course
Pros: When I have been here, the course has not been busy, but I have only played during the day on week days. There is a decent mix of long and short holes here with lengths varying from 170' to 480'. Tees are marked with concrete slabs in the ground with the hole number and distance painted on. Most tee shots are wide open, so you can get some practice shaping your shots without having to worry about losing a disc. The park is very well kept, and there are a lot of other activities close by, such as beach volleyball, a playground, camping, and trails.
Cons: Most of the holes are pretty simple, and even though there is a mix of lengths, holes 1-3 are all 250'. This would not be a big deal if they had mixed them in throughout the course. As always, it would be nice to see another 9 holes, but I don't think they have the space to add more. I'm not sure if they plan to add tee pads in the future, but they currently are just grass. The concrete slabs are nice, but some of them are difficult to see. It would be nice to have something above ground marking the tees. As always with small parks, there is a potential for overlap with other activities. A trail cuts through the course, the playground is just across the street, the street itself, and there is a backstop for a ball field in front of the basket on hole 7. The field doesn't look like it has been used for baseball/softball in quite some time but who knows when someone will want to use it.
Other Thoughts: Overall this is a good course to learn on. With mainly wide open tee shots you can work on your game without having to worry about losing discs.
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