5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: On certain days when the weathers 90 degrees and not a cloud in the sky, you don't really want to be looking for your frisbee in a massive tree or clump of bushes. This course has nice distances, real nice hill shots structured around a big hill in the middle and launching in three different directions I think... at least two different dierections and then back up one of the sides lol. I did lose a wolf to the pond on hole 17, I was upset because I'd been having a really good game of 6 under playing them all par three and then boop... in the water with my wolf. There were people swimming around feeling the bottom for frisbees, seemed a very relaxed course for being next door to a skate park. This course has all the major disc golf food groups (water/wood/field/trick) it just lacks difficulty which is what makes it oh so perfect for a blazing day in the sun.
Cons: The markings are confusing. You put a frisbee in a basket and then look around... and look around... then you see a sign rotated in your direction and that's where you go. It's bad for a first timer to the course but if it's in your backyard it's not a problem.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Nice course, well trimmed grass in an attractive multi-use park. Some elevation, some trees, a large pond and a small but deep stream come into play on several holes.
Cons: Was quite windy on the day we played it which made the water holes a little more dangerous. Not easy to play just the front 9 or back 9 due to the design of the course (after nine you are stranded on the far side of the layout, rather than returning you back to the parking lot)
Other Thoughts: A little longer on some of the holes, and with some rearranging, this could be a first class course.
6 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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