Onward and Upward
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Aesthetic-- plays through the east end of a small city park. Other facilities include hiking trails which DO NOT interfere with disc golf. Disc on!
Teesigns--nice for what they are. shows directionality of the hole if not a map along with distance. I like the aesthetic of the small piece missing to symbolize the guy the park is dedicated to? not sure if this is intentional or not.
Baskets-- ARROYOS!!! Super bright and visible in the woods. Love the added confidence of arroyos with regards to bounce outs.
Routing/nav-- easy easy. not a chance of getting lost here. next tee signs on every hole and branches/logs to guide the way
amenities-- garbage cans and "benches" are plentiful. Bathrooms are near the parking lot. though they were locked when we were there.
Challenge-- this course is extremely short. it can be played with one or two discs, no drivers required at all. I threw mostly a gator and a putter.
Variety-- meh, it's pretty bland honestly
Teepads- Honestly they weren't bad, the long turf provided some grip. would strongly prefer concrete in the future.
Other Thoughts: I am overly impressed with the amount of work that has gone on at this course in the last month or so. The improvements are amazing.
I honestly liked this course, very reminiscent of a longer Rycenga park.
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