Short game work
Pros: - Easy to follow
- Nice baskets
- Good elevation changes
- Fairly clean park
Cons: - Course grows teeth on windy days
- Definitely in need of new tee signs
Other Thoughts: This course is great for working on your short game. I primarily threw fairways and midranges. The course is wide open with a few trees scattered here and there - this makes playing on windy days very tough. All in all, this is a great course.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nice quick 18 hole course.
Fun for all ages and skill sets.
Great history in this course.
Great for Midrange and putter practice.
Easy to navigate.
Great use of the elevation provided.
Cons: Course needs TLC.
Needs some baskets replaced.
Needs new signs.
Other Thoughts: Has playground and water park if out with the family.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Beginner-Friendly Course in OKC
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: TL;DR - Old-school public park course designed by the father of disc golf.
- Several highly enjoyable elevated tee shots
- Some parts of the park are really beautiful
- Mature trees offer shade and force interesting lines
- Fun course for beginners with several memorable holes
- Great course for putter or "one disc only" rounds
Cons: TL;DR - Course feels worn-down and the water hazards smell funny.
- Tee signs destroyed or unreadable due to graffiti
- Water hazards smell strongly of human feces
- Fairly short course with only a few holes over 330'
- Shady characters sometimes hang out in parking lot
- Some areas feel very worn down, garbage abounds
- Tends to be very crowded on nice days and weekends
Other Thoughts: I enjoy practicing on this course, and some of the holes are really beautiful. But the course is in a rougher part of town and feels pretty worn down.
Update: this course was saved from destruction by the local disc golf community. New teepads have been put in, some baskets have been upgraded, and the course seems much cleaner lately. The new teepads and pin positions make a few holes easier, but I'd much rather have easier holes than no course!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Short but challenging
Pros: Fair opportunities for a few birdies and just as many longer holes that challenge you for par. Easy to follow despite some missing signs at tee boxes.
Cons: A few missing signs at tee boxes.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
First course I ever played
Pros: This course in my opinion was great for learning the game and getting a little variety. You get a series of throws from elevated tee boxes and tees below the baskets. There are only a couple of holes where you have a chance to get wet, but even then you can retrieve your disc easily enough as the water is shallow. Course is very open.
Cons: Now back to the water hazards...The water is usually very dirty and smells of sewage. Advisable to have some kind of sanitizer should you have to go in to get a disc. One basket sits rather close to the road and if you are still learning the game and your throws you can easily end up throwing into traffic.
Other Thoughts: As this was the first course I have ever played it will always have a good memory. The course is fun and quick to play. If you are looking for a course technically sound then you should look elsewhere. If you want a quick fun round with some friend then I reccommend this course.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 7 Not
Good warm up course
Pros: -Great elevation valleys to throw over
-quick turnaround time.(2 people, 1 hour)
-easy access from highway
-bast bang for buck
Cons: -Tress are all gone
-no shade at all!!!
Other Thoughts: This course is a shodaw of its old self. They removed trees to make it nothing more than a warm up course for Dolese. It is sill best for buck though, navigating is easy and fast,and Freds Mart across the street has all your disc golf needs.
1 of 8 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: This course is pretty open and the pins remain in the same placement year round. Lots of wide open areas. Easy course, old baskets, good layout.
Cons: One long hole, 17, is right next to a public swimming pool and on the other side of the fairway is a creek full of the funkiest water around.
Other Thoughts: Stay out of the water.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Very family friendly, Very Nice Course For All Kinds Of Players. Lots Of Different Style Holes.
Cons: Gets Crowded, many multi-player groups. (5-8 players) SLOW at times
Other Thoughts: My uncle never played in his life and he shot a 9 over after the round, good for everyone at this course
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pitch n' Putt
Pros: Really fun quick course. I've finished it in a little over half an hour. There are only a couple of holes you can really throw far on, but most of the holes give you some opportunity to try out lots of different lines. The course really utilizes every bit of the area it can, and was well designed. There are some nice hills and elevation change. Nice long tee pads, moderately wooded, but almost no place to lose a disc, unless you hit one water spot on 13. It's a great course to practice mid-range shots and putt. Great course for beginners to build shot confidence without getting lost, and great for more advanced players to work on accuracy. Almost all holes can be birdied with ease, though you'll quickly see inconsistencies with your game when your score isn't as low as it should be.
Cons: Gets really packed. It's kind of the party course and family course at the same time. Lots of drunks and big groups can slow down play, even though most people let you play through no problem. Course has seen tons of vandalism, there is consistently litter everywhere, and most of the signs are gone or destroyed.
Other Thoughts: Definitely worth a round, bring someone new to the sport, it will be a great time. If you're in a pinch for time, you can get in a quick 18.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Fun course that you can play pretty quick. Ok course for beginners and others alike. The longest hole is like 375 but everything else is reachable for most players. Good mix of left and right shots and a little elevation as well. It is pretty easy to follow and there isnt really any spots to lose your plastic.
Cons: You can tell this is an older course, most of the tees are elevated a good 4 to 6 inches therefor there is a step up needed. Tee signs are missing as well.
Other Thoughts: The shop over the road has a ok selection of discs and a place to get some cold drinks. We stop here all the time for a "warm up" round for Dolese which is pretty close( 5 minutes)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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