6 Helpful / 1 Not
One of my favs
Pros: Very fun course. First 9 short but loads of fun. Lot's of nice elevation changes and trees. The city keeps it up nicely. Lotsa birdie opps in the first 9. Great hit a squirell games can be played. Holes 10 thru 14 are pretty open giving you a chance to launch a bomb if you have one. 15 thru 18 have a nice skill level to them. The howler monkeys in the background of 10 thru 14 are nice.
Cons: Don't go close to dark. Crowded at times but that also gives you a chance to meet other DGers or " relax ".
Other Thoughts: Probally the most played course in Waco. Bang the chains!
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
13 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun course! Great variety!
Pros: This course is stocked full of holes that have you shooting uphill and downhill and winding your disc through trees. There is a fantastic variety of holes offered on this course. The old area of the park looks like it has a lot of history as you can see old structures that the years have slowly decayed. There is a creek that runs around through some of the course. There was one hole where a make-shift soccer field was being played on right in the middle of our fairway. They were cool though and stopped their game to let us play through. 17 runs parallel to the Brazos river and has trees all the way down the fairway...very tough hole. If you play 17, pour some out for my lost flat top roc that is probably still moving slowly south in the Brazos river. This course has concrete tee pads, good baskets, and is easy to navigate except from holes 4 to 5 and from 14 to 15. You have to walk under the bridge to the newer park area to get from 14 to 15 and you have to walk past hole 10's tee across the street to get to hole 5. A lot of the holes are really short making for multiple birdie opportunites and some ace runs. There are still plenty of tough holes on the course to keep things interesting.
Cons: This course was pretty crowded when we played it. Large groups were good about letting us play through though. The course has recently been redone and is still in need of accurate sigs. The concrete tee pads have the hole number painted on them though so you can be sure you are in the right place. Distances would be a very nice addtion.
Other Thoughts: This is a very fun course to play. If you go to Waco, make sure you play this course and then head across the river to play the Beast on the east side for a much, much more challenging round of disc golf. (when it opens back up) Woodway park is also in Waco by the lake and is a fun course also.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
11 Helpful / 1 Not
An Enjoyable Waco Course!
Pros: You'll need a variety of throws for this course. There's a nice mix of longer and shorter holes. Some elevation change. Watch the hole that runs along the Brazos River! Fade right and that disc ends up in the Gulf Of Mexico or wherever that river empties into to. Part of the course plays through the green, shaded picnic area and part plays through the rougher, less maintained part of the park. This part had some unique holes that challenge you.
Cons: Nothing specific comes to mind. Might get crowded sometimes in the picnic area part. These holes through the picnicking area were all fiarly standard.
Other Thoughts: It's worth a stop if your passing through Waco town.
11 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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