2 Helpful / 0 Not
Love this 9 holer
Pros: This is a well kept course with good tee pads and decent signs. There are a few bridges to help you cross the creek.
This course has enough trees to keep you on your toes and challenge your throws.
There are other amenities here like a basketball court, volleyball pit, etc.
This course has ACE run potential on a couple of holes and it has a good mix of challenging holes too, but not so challenging that they are frustrating.
You can play multiple rounds here in a decent amount of time.
1-Straight shot with a drainage ditch on the left side of the fairway.
2-Short with a low ceiling. The creek is behind the basket.
3-Plays L to R with the basket next to the creek.
4-Straight shot with a low ceiling.
5-Straight shot with a low ceiling.
6-Plays L to R crossing the creek with a protected pin. This is a nice challenging hole.
7-Throws next to the creek with a low ceiling mid fairway.
8-Throws across the creek, basket by some pine trees.
9-Plays L to R with a low ceiling.
Cons: 1's tee sign has a hole in it and 6's tee sign is bent sideways. Also 8's tee sign is gone.
You might have to do some back tracking to cross the creek if the water level is up.
There is a walking path that comes into play on 8 and 9 so be aware.
The pine trees on 8 will leave your disc sappy.
Other Thoughts: This course will make you shape your shots in order to score well. More experienced players can get by with a fairway driver or a mid range disc to work on that part of their game.
It is a good park style course that is a fun play.
In my opinion its the best 9 holer in the area.
I like to play this course multiple times, as a tune up, before heading up to Stone Creek in Derby. If you are in the area then give this course a play I think you will find something here to interest you.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Not a bad little nine holer
Pros: Good beginner to intermediate level course in well manicured park. Has all the proper signage that it needs. Decent amount of water threat for the demographic with three holes that straddle the park's small creek and two others that threaten it. Has a good lefty-righty balance. For its short length, demands some precision off the tee pads.
Cons: Probably will be underwhelming for advanced players. Pros will have a birdie fest here. Longest hole is only 315'. Multiuse park and all of the problems that would likely come with that, (although any time I've been here I was the only one there). Not much space in the way of parking.
Other Thoughts: I've seen plenty of garden variety small town 9 holers. This is amongst one of the better ones around. If you're finding the established layout a bit too vanilla, and the park isn't otherwise occupied, some good safari holes can be made. Not a must play, but relaxing and fun, and perhaps a good course to get that elusive ace on. Just a few blocks off K-15. You can see the park from the highway.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Easy to follow course.
The course offers you several shot off the tee. I love to go here and practice my putter and Buzzz game.
Normally mowed and not very busy.
Cons: Pretty short, and when we play league there once in a while, most people pick the Hyzer line.
Other Thoughts: Very fun and relaxing place to play and practice.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Tee signs
Grass and trees trimmed
Cons: Course could be longer
Only nine holes
Other Thoughts: This course is great for a new Disc Golfer. This course is easy to follow and isn't to difficult due to its length.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
A fun time
Pros: concrete tee pads. easily visible tees.
Cons: Lots of trees in places. Only 9 holes
Other Thoughts: Not a lot of curved shots.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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