9 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Good beginner course which is the level i am at right now. Just started and took my new discs out to this part to test them out. Easy, easy course. Does have a path mowed out for the player though.
Cons: Not kept up with at all, no markings really, Hole #2 doesn't exist at all anymore. No obstacles practically and Hole #1 is too close to housing backyards and i threw one back in someones property.
Other Thoughts: Need a park to play at its fine, but not recommended for groups to play at together.
9 of 11 people found this review helpful.
15 Helpful / 1 Not
Just skip it...
Pros: Umm...Hole 1 isn't too bad of a hole...kind of a fun midrange ace-run shot.
A few long/open holes to practice your distance drives on.
Being flat and open, could be good practice for windy days.
Cons: A few baskets missing, no signs at all.
Most holes are just flat and wide open with no obstables...meaning no fun at all.
The first time I played was in the summer, and the "fairways" were just 10' wide strips mowed throuh 2' tall grass...it was a total pain finding errant discs.
Fun level: 0
Other Thoughts: Unless you're on a quest to play every course...seriously...just skip this one. About 10 minutes down the road is Harry Myers Park in Rockwall, TX...top notch course designed by John Houck. Go play there and enjoy yourself!
15 of 16 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
good for people needing to work on flat drives
Pros: Not many. It's pretty easy. Good for beginners that want to see how their discs will fly
Cons: #2 basket is still missing, no tees, no signs on most holes, not many trees
Other Thoughts: Drive the extra 10 miles into Rockwall to Harry Myers Park for 18 holes of greatness.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The only good thing about this course is also the one thing that makes it different from all other 9 hole courses I've played. There are quite a few holes that are 400'-500' making it a rare 9 hole big arm course.
Cons: This is the most open, flat, boring 9 hole course I have ever played. It is literally a field of Johnson grass with fairways mowed through it.
Be careful not to turn one over into a backyard on #1. They all lock their gates and have huge dogs.
The #2 basket is missing.
Teepads are non existent and most signs are missing. You have to use your investigative skills to find clues as to where the locals tee off.
The #9 fairway is a swamp after a rain.
Other Thoughts: This could be a decent course if they would plant some trees and put in some good signs and teepads.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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