6 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Tees and baskets are in good shape. The tee signs are nicely detailed on basket placement in relation to the trees around. Very helpful. Holes 6 and 7 are fun and interesting utilizing the huge, steep hill. Great course for beginners learning to play the game. This course is sure not to frustrate. Also, great for a quick round if you do not have much time - it's short and simple. The simpleness of each hole allows for one to throw a variety of shots/discs in order to get the job done - great for practice.
Cons: 18 hole course - sorta. My buddy and I were the only two playing, but I can only imagine the kind of confusion and chaos that would ensue with a bunch of people playing here. Many of the holes are scrunched in this small stretch of land. That is the main problem of this course. Although, the designers did a good job in utilizing the land that was allotted them.
Other Thoughts: This is not a fun course. Being only 5 miles from Dr. James A. Dillon Park, it's hard to justify a trip to this course. It would be great to practice your short game and for beginners. But that's about it. I hope my review is not viewed as completely negative as this course isn't bad. It is just lacking. I cannot see myself playing this course again in the near future.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: As was said before, this is a great place to work on your approach and putter driving.
The course has always been kept clean and has been groomed well each time I have been there.
Cons: Can't really think of any cons...it is what it is...
Other Thoughts: This course is a LOT of fun for Ace Race's and night golf...
Fraternal Order of Police building on other side of parking lot...I'm just sayin'
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Fun, quick, and lots of ace potential
Pros: -very active club, doubles on Thursday nights usually has a nice size pool
-great workout for your midrange game
-lots of different shots
-this course can be played with one - three discs if you really want to
Cons: -the wind off the lake
-the only real con is that the course can become a little congested, but that only means a lot of people are enjoying the game of disc golf, which isn't really a bad thing now is it?
Very fun course, especially for aggressive doubles, every hole can be a go-for hole if you wanted. Great Club, fun tourneys, and great overall atmosphere.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: well maintained. in a nice park in a great area. lots of activity going on. discatcher baskets are nice. fair amount of trees makes for fun throws. the throw off the levee is fun. short course really helps the midrange and putting game.
Cons: nothing really bad about this course. it is a quick play and is really fun. not very many chances to lose a disc unless you throw way to the right on 2 and 11. or if you shoot a million miles to the right on 8 and 17 and somehow throw it into the resevor lol
Other Thoughts: good park. fun. fast. well maintained. get a round in before dinner after work or on a lunch break. they seem to have a good amount of people show up for doubles and tourneys.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Morse Park Frolf Course
Pros: -I was the only one there the entire two hour time I played
-The Morse Park Disc Club seems to be very active in their activities and they even are having a tournament for women only! Go them!
-While the alternate tees may only be 10-35 feet apart, they add an entirely new perspective to the holes, so I'm glad there's the "front nine" and a "back nine".
-There's a nice little 108 footer (8th basket) that's a nice break after 3 par 5's in a row.
-Nicely taken care of park with beautiful trees that sits right on the Morse Park Lake. I'll upload pictures shortly.
Cons: -No holes longer than 350 feet
-No real terrain change with the exception of the hill that's used for 3 holes (6, 7 and 8).
Other Thoughts: It's not a bad park for putt-putt, as another reviewer said, but if you're in the mood for a good round of disc golf and have the time, definitely check out Dr. James A Dillon park, it's only about 5 miles away and ABSOLUTELY worth the drive!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Short and Sweet
Pros: Simple lay-out, alternate tees, great signage, easy to navigate, variety of shots.
Cons: Not too challenging, alternate tees do not make too much of a difference, only 9 baskets.
Other Thoughts: This is a great beginner course offering shorter holes with a variety of shots. The tree growth is mature making for distinct lines of play. The alternate tees add some distance and a different view of the hole, but not too much that it is noticable.
The course is easy to navigate and flows nicely from beginning to end. This is a great course for beginners or anyone wanting to work on their short game. There is a harldy any chance to lose a disc at this course.
It is a quick play course so you can get multiple rounds in or head over to Dr. James A Dillon Park. I would come to this course again to play before going to Dr. James A Dillon park, but I would not play this course if you were on a timely schedule.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Great Putt Putt
Pros: You can throw any shot. Beginners or experts can throw an extremely wide variety of shots on almost every hole.
Cons: Only 9 baskets. 2 teepads.
Other Thoughts: This is an amazingly diverse course for being a putt putt course. 9 baskets but the 2nd teepads provide for additional challenges. They have moved the short ace holes down below on the right and makes for 2 great holes.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Great midrange putting practice course. Or first time Player Course.
Pros: Great course for first time players, or for veterans looking to practice putting and mid range shots. Or just to feel good about your 16 under par game...lol.
New tee box's just poured and hole placards added.
Not much of a chance to loose any discs.
Cons: Only 9 holes with 18 diff. tee box's.
Course is to short and the walkway right through the middle of the park to the softball field is an annoyance as the softball fields are very busy through the summer months. One of the picnic areas is a bit to close to the course and cause some sketchy moments for those new to the game.
Other Thoughts: As mentioned this is a good first timers course, much better than Sahm, in my opinion.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Not too Bad
Pros: Has a few fun shots, some challenging tree shots, and an insanely easy ace hole. You can make up your own shots, since baskets are so close together.
Cons: Small course, kinda busy the last few times I went there. Walkway right through the middle of the park to the softball field. Not a lot of variety with the 9 holes and 18 tees. Picnic area right next to one hole.
Other Thoughts: Not a bad course, pretty fun to play every once in a while. Hopefully the new 18 hole course in Noblesville will keep me from coming back too often.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Morse Beach Park
Pros: Your scores will make you sound like a hero. Eagle opportinities everywhere.
Mostly Well Kept (grass is usually mowed, holes are in good shape, Information board with hole numbers and pars available) Very little traffic and wait time.
Cons: Heavy winds at times as the course is on the water.
Other Thoughts: This is an 18 hole course, though there are actually only 9 holes with 18 tees. You can play the entire 18 holes in half an hour or so. I wouldn't go out of my way to play here, but since it's about 1 mile from my house I don't have to. If you're bored with all the other courses in the Indianapolis area, give it a shot, it's not bad, just not nearly as good as Brookside or Washington Park.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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