2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: School course that uses ten baskets to create eighteen holes. The course isn't linear but it plays from one basket to the next, with each tee being relatively close to the previous basket, up to 10. The eleventh tee is near the tenth basket but the target is the same as 9. The payer continues back to the start in like fashion, approaching each basket from the opposite side that he did the first time.
It's actually pretty well set up for the kids. The throws are easy. The obstacles are few. The issues that plague the course are mitigated by the fact that they are playing in an official setting. Any discs that they are using are school property and thus can be officially reclaimed should they land anywhere fenced off.
There are even two sets of tees. The whites generally give some extra length to the holes. Where the tees are near each other, the red par is a stroke higher. The tee surfaces are natural but like everything else here, perfectly flat. Should be a good experience for them. Hopefully a few of them stick with the game.
Cons: There is no reason for a wandering player to stop here. It's a short pitch and putt that is dotted with obstacles that you will hopefully feel uncomfortable throwing out. Outbuildings are in the middle of some fairways. There is water and heating equipment in small fenced enclosures that even a well-placed throw has a chance of landing in. Errant throws at any point could hit buildings or cross fences onto athletic fields. There is one basket that is set between a tank of some sort and a building that looked rather fragile. Needless to say, I skipped many holes here.
If you are in the area and want a practice area, any soccer field will do better.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: My 2 sons and I were the only ones on the course. The course is laid out on the school campus.
Cons: The course is set up adjacent to a lot of their athletic fields which are chain link fenced. Bring someone who can climb a fence should you get off of some of the fairways. Some of the holes have sidewalks and asphalt and can be a little hard on the discs. Can only be played when school is not session.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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