3 Helpful / 1 Not
My First Course
Pros: A great city course with mature trees on almost every hole. No two holes are the same layout, so many types of shots are required. A practice hole which doubles as number 19 is included. The practice green has offset stepping stones for putting practice as well. Two sets of tees: red for beginner and blue for advanced. The blue can offer quite a challenge and a much different view of the course than the red tees. Also, some officials of the TADGA sell discs, give advice and advertise upcoming tournaments. Some ace opportunities on 3, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15, and 17 if you can avoid some trees.
Cons: Its in a shady part of town so bring a friend or two and don't go after dark. First timers WILL get lost. Study the sign at hole 1 or print off one of the linked maps. The course can get crowded at times.
Other Thoughts: I love this course! It was my first course and I still play it often. This is the TADGA's home course, so there are many tournament opportunities and the park is kept is great shape. The blue tees can offer quite a challenge to those who consider themselves advanced.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: I like the fact that each basket has a mark pointing to the next tee and you don't have to cut across a fairway to get there.
This is the only course I know of that both the first nine and the full eighteen circle around and come right back to the parking area.
The holes are technical but I didn't have to spend any time searching through a bunch of weeds for my disc, its really hard to lose a disk on this course.
The 19th hole is a great place to practice and even a couple of vendors will offer tips.
Cons: The tee signs could use a little work.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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