- Course is set in a busy city park that has a ton of other activities going on. Pavilions, skatepark, walking paths, dog walkers, soccer fields, it is a free for all. Coming here during peak park hours would be a silly idea, interference galore.
- There are trees in this park. So, at the very least, it isn't wide open shots from start to finish.
- No pads. No baskets. No signs. Minimal markings. If you take the effort to try and figure out where you are supposed to throw from and throw to, more power to you. Perhaps if I was a local and would play the course often, I would take the time to mark the poles better. There are so many poles it is hard to discern which one is which according to the map.
- Wow this was frustrating! Even if you manage to identify the correct pole to tee off from, figure out which pole you are trying to hit, and then figure out which way the next pole is, the golf isn't that great. I am usually very open minded about all disc golf courses, no matter how funky, but this takes the cake.
- When I was there in 09/2012, on top of everything else, there was construction going on so chain-link fences were everywhere, chopping the course into sections. Salt in the wounds.