Pros: nice signage on each hole. I guess this is new since some of the last reviews.
easy enough to navigate. By the way, get the udisc app and use the "full course map" to get yourself around. It shows a blue dot where you are and then a map of the course.
nice variation of shots required.
nice people walking around the park. mostly old folks. I talked disc golf to a bunch of them. They were very positive and interested.
lots of trees so decent on the shade.
good enough bathrooms and drinking fountains for a california park.
Black berry bushes were in season and some of the best I ever had. Downside is that they are nasty plants to fish a disc out of.
Course was set up long except for a few of the later holes.
really nice putting practice areas.
Cons: Homeless hang out in the park. They seemed harmless enough, but I had to pick up trash that was likely left by them.
Drug deal went down by the first tee. Not disc golf involved, but not cool either. Some shady looking characters. I had to pick up their trash also.
I lost a disc on hole #1 up in a tree. i went back to try again after finishing 18 and the disc was gone and no one bothered to call me. Not cool.
Ran into one guy walking his pit bull off leash and he started giving me a hard time after I made a 100 foot approach shot that landed 50 feet from him. That kind of stuff really bothers me.
Other Thoughts: I always wonder what I'd think about a course if it was my home course. I would be happy enough if this was my home course since it was definitely a challenge with many different shot requirements and enough length to keep things interesting. A few of the holes required a bit more luck vs what I'd like. I wouldn't make a long trip to get here, but if someone was in town to play shady oaks and/or condon park and you have time to play another course and want to play another course, then this one is good enough. I had fun and will be back.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -Plenty of parking, tee #1 is close to parking
-Varied technical shots as well as some shots that require long drives.
-Baskets are in good shape
-Tee pads in good shape
Cons: -Can be a busy park
-A few holes require you drive into areas with picnic tables and possible people. A better layout on a few holes to keep away from human traffic would be nice.
Other Thoughts: Overall a nice course. I like the the mix of different shots required. Some shots for finesses, some you can just boom out there. Not my choice for an everyday home course, but good to play several times a year.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Concrete tee pads, signs with pin placements, and bathrooms. A lot of different shots needed to have a good round. Very friendly locals.
Cons: It can be a little tricky to find your way around, if you don't have a map.
Other Thoughts: I really like playing this course. Definitely worth checking out on your way to Tahoe, or if you live in the area. Not as technical as Shady or Condon, but pretty tough none the less.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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trying to find my way around...
Pros: -Wooded holes with multiple routes to the pin
-Water comes into play on a few holes
-Concrete tee pads
Cons: -Confusing to find your way around the first time
-Some holes are over the bridge in almost a diffrent part of the park
-Couldn't find hole 14
-Some tees are just spray painted squares on the sidewalk
-Some holes are just throwing through an open field
Other Thoughts: I spent a good 10 minutes serching for the tee for hole 14 with no avail. There were some fun holes with an ok variety.
Dispite all the people around no one was willing to show me around.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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