- Fills a big gap in Texas where disc golf was formerly absent.
- Makes good use of some of the unique course characteristics, including throwing from under a covered pavillion.
- High quality baskets, good signage.
- Most importantly, fun.
Like the majority of courses, this is a mixed use park and I could see some conflicts with other park users during heavy use periods... however, most of the course plays around or adjacent to the other park amenities so the design is layed out to limit conflicts.
There is some water on the course that potentially could have been better utilized. However, given the drastic changes in water levels that the creek experiences it may have been tough to place the baskets to close to the water features... making the holes unplayable during higher water conditions (alternate pin placements, potentially?).
Two holes are in an open field and the only consideration a thrower must take into account is an out of bounds fenceline and a ball field. The ball field should not come into play really.
I was incredibly pleased to find out that a disc golf course had been installed in Brady. My family owns a ranch near Brady and I have been visiting the area my whole life. Houck's San Saba ranch (with it's 4 courses) was fantastic... but since it was pulled several years ago, disc golf has been absent from the area. I was very pleased with the course and had a great round with Larry Mann and three others who were gracious enough to let me tag along with my 3-year old. Hope to play again soon.