Small town course with potential
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This small city course utilizes the available mowed park land very well. There are water hazards, long bombs, and shorter technical holes with mature trees. Long and short tees are available to throw from to accommodate all skill levels. As this course is basically brand new, tees were only marked with wooden stakes. The course is very easy to navigate as it is and will only be easier in the future with signage and proper tee pads.
Hole two will be a challenging three from the long tee as there is a narrow fairway with water on the right and an OB road and trees lining the left.
To sum it up, water hazards, mature trees, and a little length!
Cons: Most of the holes are fairly open. No proper signage or tee pads yet (this will be addressed if it hasn't already). Mostly flat terrain as it sits on parkland next to a stream and lake.
Other Thoughts: This is a great small town course for travelers passing through the area and for the local residents that may know little about disc golf.
This new course will only get better over time. I would recommend playing this course if traveling through the area!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Swampy and confusing
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nice cut grass
Not busy at all on a Sunday afternoon
Cons: 3 water hazards that are very swampy
no signage whatsoever
Very confusing as to what hole you are throwing too
Other Thoughts: Drove 25 miles to play this course and wasn't impressed
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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