Short, But Very Fun
Pros: A small town community park with multiple activities, including a pretty fun little 9 holer.
Concrete tees, although a little small, are fine for this course where the holes are mostly in the 150'-250' range, with one hole over 300'.
Nice signage, plenty of picnic tables, pavillions, garbage cans, and even a small band shell.
The course uses the varied terrain and limited trees to give some nice looks, and even has a couple of blind throws.
The course was clean and well maintained, and noob freindly.
Cons: The course is very short, but should be enjoyable by all skill levels.
Multi use park with playgrounds and walking path etc. Some holes may have to be skipped during peak times.
Other Thoughts: Sure, its short, but its also very fun. Also a great course to introduce new players.
It looks like you can camp here for 3 days/month for free. Not sure if just for locals or not.
Great beginner & morale boosting course!
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: 1. Short, easily played with a small group in <45 min
2. Not very busy
3. No water hazards, flat
Cons: 1. Pedestrian sidewalk traffic
2. Holes are short so no need for long distance drives
3. Bathroom facilities are dirty
Other Thoughts: Great course for obtaining scores below par. Wish there were 9 more baskets!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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