Decent beginner course in small neighborhood
Pros: The course is set in a small park in a small subdivision in Plover. There are only five baskets but these were all in great shape and were blue powdercoated. The blue powdercoating really makes the baskets stick out nicely. All the baskets caught nicely. There are 4' x 4' posts with the hole number on them serving as tee signs. There are also 2 smaller 4' x 4' posts serving as the front corners of the tee pad. The first 3 holes are pretty wooded but have a fair line to each pin. The fairways are tight though. The last 2 holes are longer and pretty much completely open. Park looked pretty well maintained and wouldn't ever seem to be too busy.
Cons: Only 5 holes, though you can't really fit anymore into this small park. The dirt tees are already somewhat wore in so these could be a problem down the line. The last 2 holes have no obstacles to contend with. No restrooms or garbages that I saw though it only takes ten minutes to play a round so trash cans aren't really necessary.
Other Thoughts: Definitely not worth a trip out of the way by any means. It's decent for what it is but just nothing spectacular. It would be a decent warm up course before Yulga or Standing Rocks.
Bluebirds do not sing the blues
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Pros: 1) Beginner friendly . . . almost nowhere to lose a disc.
2) Nice variety between the three holes in the prairie area with some trees to contend with . . . and also the 2 open but longer holes to create some challenge by use of distance.
3) Very quiet area removed from town that would definitely entice a lot of the neighborhood people to perhaps give disc golf a try.
4) Tee posts that mark the tee areas.
5) Directional posts to get from one hole to the next when not obvious.
Cons: 1) Totally flat.
2) Challenge is at a minimum for skilled players making this a course I will likely not return to . . . except in an emergency.
3) Tees are already wore out and will only get worse due to compaction.
Other Thoughts: All in all . . . I do not expect a lot of people to come to this course but if you take it for what it is it is a decent course actually. It fits the beginner friendly status to a T, it has a little variety, and will most definitely always be a quiet place to get in some practice.
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