5 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice little course
Pros: The course plays through a small wooded area of a large multi-use park. Nearly all the holes play through fairly dense woods with mature trees and brush off the fairways. The design takes advantage of the woods to create some challenging holes that require accuracy to score well.
There is a nice mix of straight holes and holes that require a right/left turning shot. It felt pretty balanced between righty/lefty holes, and was enough of a mix to keep it interesting throughout. There aren't any real long bomb holes, but there are enough longer holes mixed in with ace runs that it doesn't seem too repetitive.
There is a really nice course map near the first tee that shows the layout of the full course. There are also hole signs that make the course easy to navigate, with the hole layout and distance along with the direction to the next tee. Though there are blind pins, and tees not visible from the previous basket, the course is very easy to navigate. The park is pretty well maintained, and has plenty of parking, and trash cans throughout the course.
Cons: The tees here are very odd. They are concrete, but are extremely narrow. Many are pointed slightly away from the hole, and because the tees aren't long enough or flush enough with the ground to allow an angled run-up it makes things a little awkward. The 8th tee had a broken/missing sign, though the park is well enough taken care of that I'm sure it will be fixed.
The 6th hole and 7th hole cross one another which could make for some real safety hazards with multiple groups playing the course. The 6th fairway is also used as a walking path from the parking lot to the football practice fields, so watch out for people walking through who have no idea (and don't seem to care) that they are on a disc golf course.
There were no holes that really stood out to me here to really make this course memorable. It certainly wasn't bad, and made decent use of the available space, it just didn't have anything really special about it.
Other Thoughts: This course is marked well enough to be pretty beginner friendly, though the tight fairways and punishing rough would make this course likely to frustrate new players. More experienced players will enjoy the test of accuracy through the trees, and there is enough length to keep it interesting.
This is definitely a course that's worth a quick stop, though it's not enough on it's own to be worth too much of a trip. Bring your short game and accurate drives, and this is a fun little course.
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