18 hole course in a well-groomed city park. Predominantly mowed turf with many mature Pecan and Oak trees.
A wet-weather creek/pond is in play on several holes. It looks like it could dry up, but there was plenty of water the day I played.
Good variety of hole lengths from 200' to 430', with a single hole (#7) stretched out to 750' from the long tee.
Not much elevation available here, but good use of the trees either in the fairway or clustered around the baskets. Hole 3 has the basket on a raised area behind a 3' tall retaining wall which adds some interest.
Hole 13 has a hanging basket and Hole 18 requires a short (100') carry across water.
Teepads are natural and are marked with concrete "tombstones". It looks like the tees are moved enough to avoid creating bare or low spots. A few "next hole" arrows help with navigation.
Holes 4, 5, 7, 9 and 17 were open shots across mowed grass. No trees, shrubs or elevation changes so it was like throwing on a soccer field. Not interesting or challenging.
The tee markers are obviously moved around, so the distance in the markers (and in the DGCR Hole Information) are not accurate. On many holes there is only a single tee, so no short/long option. On a couple of holes the two tee markers were set beside each other, which is confusing when one says 220' and the other says 323' (Hole 13).
The park looks like it could get busy on weekends, and that could limit play on a few of the holes.