Short and sweet
Pros: -Many ace and birdie runs here
-Good for a quick round, introducing beginners to the sport, practicing short drives and putting.
-Nice tees which are marked by white PVC pipe with the number on it.
-Good flow, never any stress over where the next tee is
-Not too many disc golfers in this small town, you shouldn't feel crowded on this course
-This park looked good, was clean, had large trees, etc
-It does take a variety of shots, despite the length. Holes turn left, right, etc. Some are behind fences or trees.
Cons: -Very short and not too challenging
-May have to wait on other park users or skip a hole or two if it's really busy
-No signage but that isn't really needed in an open, short city park course.
-A recent pet peeve of mine is using man made objects as obstacles, sometimes it is cool but fences aren't. Not a fan of the bandshell either.
Other Thoughts: This park isn't huge and I think they did a good job with what they had to work with. The course at Swan Lake is probably slightly better but this one was pleasant too. I would play them both if I were passing through but I wouldn't go out of my way for these courses.
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Pros: great for working on putting and short accurate drives. well maintained. good way to waste some time on an afternoon.
Cons: very short course took 20 min to play. hard to find starting spot if never played before. could've done better if they had spread it throughout the park.
Other Thoughts: ok course nothing to go out of the way for.
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