2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Wide open course with scattered immature trees. Absolutely no rough. This is a well maintained park setting.
For me this course was just long enough to be interesting. The elevation changes made each throw a bit different.
No need for hiking boots, you can play this course in flip flops if you want.
Great place to practice.
Not a lot of traffic.
Cons: Tee pads would be nice, but the grass is in good enough shape that this it was not a huge deal for me today.
The tee pads are only marked with small red pavers, and are a bit difficult to find the first time you play.
Other Thoughts: This place is wide open. You can see just about every basket from the 1st tee. Enjoy the simplicity of this course. There are challenging courses in Lawrence, Lake Perry and the KC Metro area if this is not your cup of tea.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Great Practice Site
Pros: This is a nice collection of 9 baskets on interesting topography. It is a wonderful location to go out and play safari and to work on a variety of shots. Easy to find multiple shots as it is mowed well and there isn't underbrush to obscure anything.
It will also be a great place to introduce people to the game and to not overwhelm them with difficulty.
Cons: There are no tees of any sort. Calling it a course is a bit of a stretch for now but it can certainly grow into that. That being said, if you live close enough, it is highly recommended to get some practice in.
Other Thoughts: My rating is an average of my belief that this is a 2.0 course and a 4.0 practice venue. I think this is in the early stages and I'm excited to see what else is planned for the land but for what it is it is enjoyable.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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