0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: great use of the space, love the elevation changes,
Cons: cross path with other holes and sharing baskets so must really watch for where others are
Other Thoughts: if a first timer take the map of the course it was very very helpful
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Everything's Coming Up Rosey
Pros: Wooded park in the city near universities. Course can play short or long, depending on which basket you choose as your target on all holes. Multiple course configurations, but that can become confusing to players who haven't spent much time on the course. Great elevation changes, and challenging shots around large trees. Good for playing on windy days in Albuquerque, due to bowl shape of park and large trees, especially since the other "desert" courses in town have little to no trees to block wind.
Cons: Can be crowded on weekends and busy summer days. Many homeless choose to sleep in park, they can get in your way sometimes, but most know to look out for players. Confusing layout for those new to course, tees are marked with signs but don't point to next tee, whose locations aren't obvious from some of the preceding baskets. Almost all baskets are shared with another hole, and fairways continuously cross one another. Lots of yelling" fore".
Other Thoughts: Good little course that's fun for all levels. Can be some shady characters hanging around in the park, but for the most part it's a fun place to play.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Basket arrangements and older trees make for a picturesque round. Good course for friendly players and the avid professional.
Cons: Being that the course is downtown, watch for the homeless, the ignorant, and the drug dealers. "Fore" should be yelled whenever the park gets a little full. The course could use not being watered twice a day.
Other Thoughts: Aside from the drug dealers, and the morons who stand next to the baskets, the park is all-in-all one of the better parks in all the state of New Mexico. Come play a round with me - 505-463-9122. I'm always up for a game.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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