Squeezed it in
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Has both open and technical holes; reasonable mix of distances - you do get a chance to air out a driver on some of the holes; brand new baskets.
Cons: No tee pads yet - just a post in the ground to mark the teeing area; no distances marked either.
course is packed into an area that really is too small for a good 18 hole course;
virtually no shot shaping required - all but one of the wooded holes is dead straight;
when the park is crowded some of the course would be unplayable as baskets and flight paths are in the midst of walking paths and baseball fields.
Other Thoughts: While it is always nice to see another course in the ground, this one is not worth the trip unless you are local or a course bagger. The first several holes are in the middle of a big open field, playing close to parking areas and a walking path. No pads are in yet, and navigation can be tricky without a map.
Due to space limitation, they have had to put some of the holes in really awkward spots that would have to be skipped if that area of the park had ball games going on - one in particular tees off from the parking lot and the fairway is defined as the area between chain link fences protecting three baseball fields. The wooded holes on the front nine are squeezed in between a walking path and heavy woods - these holes are extremely short, tight, and straight, which can be a fun shot to execute but feels repetitive and forced when you do it over and over. Once finished with the open holes the last 8 holes are in a more interesting area with woods and some water, but again there is not a lot of room to work with and the holes are far too short and not nearly as cool as they could have been.
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