4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's always nice to have a disc golf course near a university to introduce new people to the sport and hopefully get some cuties playing.
The course isn't too hard to intimidate new players.
The first part of the course has some nice woodsy shots and the second part is more open to allow folks to practice their distance. The contrast is nice.
I really like the blue baskets.
Cons: This course is still a work in progress. It's tough to navigate. There's a fair amount of trash and debris. The rough on the woodsy holes is a little thick.
The open holes are really open and a bit on the boring side.
Other Thoughts: This course is ok, if you're in the area, but I wouldn't suggest that you go out of your way to play it otherwise.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Not well maintained
Pros: I have to drive over an hour to even find a disc golf course so the simple fact that this course has baskets makes it a positive for me.
You know how you feel when you first get a disc golf driver and you just want to go out and see how far you can throw it and then shoot at a basket? This course is perfect for that, lots of open spaces and holes that you can reach with a good throw.
Cons: This course hasn't been mowed in a long time. The weeds were up to my knees in some places and one hole even had weeds growing up through the basket. It is hard to enjoy playing when you lose discs that are thrown down the middle of the "fairway." It is hard to figure out where you are supposed to go next and may of the holes no longer have signs. None of the baskets are numbered either.
Other Thoughts: Like I said, I have to drive to play so even with the weeds I gave this course a go, but if it hadn't been for the drive I wouldn't have bothered given the condition. If they decide to mow it again I would give it another shot.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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