Greenville, TX
Graham Park Share

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Very fun 9 hole

5+    9/24/2013   9/25/2013
Review By: upshot87
Played: 10  Reviewed: 4
Pros: This is a beautiful park. The city made the right choice by choosing to put a DG course throughout. The course has a suprisingly good variety of shots. With large trees strategically throughout the park, the designers did a great job maneuvering and utilizing the space they had. I rated this course based on this course and the potential that was present at the park. With shots ranging from 180ft to 400ft and open lanes to tighter more strategic lanes. If this was the only course you had nearby you wouldnt be missing out. Of course its not a long super difficult 18 hole championship course, but for what it is, Id say its top notch.
Cons: Its hard to put a con on this course, the only thing that comes to mind here is that on a hole or 2 the OB is one of the streets that run along the park and it seems to be a larger road with faster moving vehicles. Its potentially dangerous.
Other Thoughts: Very fun course, if you havent played it I would definately recommend you go play 18 or 36 holes out there so you can feel youve got your moneys worth.

Fun little 9 holer

1    8/21/2013   8/21/2013
Review By: eegor
Played: 87  Reviewed: 19  Exp: 17.9 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's in a nice park with a playground and restrooms. There's also a dog park. The grass was mowed very short. All around nice park.

-The course design made the best use of this land. Kudos to Life Disc Sports.
-There's some elevation changes.
-Trees come into play frequently in the fairway and around the basket. Large hardwood trees.
-Water is present, but not too close for beginners.
-Varying distances, although all are under 400 feet.
-The Mach II baskets are in good shape and caught my discs well.
-Tee signs.
-Surprising fun factor due to good design.
Cons: -Dirt / gravel tee pads. They weren't real bad, but I slipped on the gravel on the #5 tee.
-The pond appeared to have a silt bottom and thick vegetation right behind the #4 basket. It looks like a good place to lose a disc.
-The playground was pretty full on a hot Wednesday afternoon. It's probably crowded on the weekends.
Other Thoughts: This is a fun little course with some interesting holes to play. It's a shame the park is so small. #8 is an open "air it out" hole with only the dog park as OB short and to the left. Otherwise, trees are well placed obstacles that are fair, but there.

This isn't a "destination" course, but definitely worth playing if you're passing through town. Well worth the stop. I'll play it again soon.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


1    7/4/2013   7/14/2013
Review By: twshartle
Played: 40  Reviewed: 2
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Typical 9 hole. One long shot (395). Signs. Water comes in to play on a few holes.
Cons: Loose rock tee pads. Park patrons oblivious to disc golf and the fairway.
Other Thoughts: Perfect your mid-range and putting on this 9 hole!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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