There is enough room here to air out some drives at the long tees, and good mid range looks from the shorts. Hoyt Park is a 9 hole circuit, and uses the peripheral areas of a nice small town park.
There is a pond that is not too much of a concern, and at least a tree here and there to provide landmarks to avoid. Very subtle elevation changes in spots. The biggest challenges are the wind that is often moderate to strong and usually present, and distance if you play the long tees.
I had trouble locating the beginning of the course. Don't park next to the baseball field. Hole 1 tees off by the parking lot for the community center. Long is behind the building, and short is next to Park Dr. shooting around the pavilion. I did pull off birdies on 1 each time I visited here.
I accidentally wound up playing 2 from the short tee my first visit, and birdied it also. Hole 3 is across the street, teeing near the road to a basket under a couple of large trees. 4 tees around those same trees to the basket downhill toward the pond under a small tree. 5 is totally open across the field toward the baseball field parking. 6 is alongside the highway, and downhill between rows of well spaced, shorter evergreens and bushes. 7 goes across the runoff creek that was dry both days I have played it, with a formidable sized tree right in the middle of the line. 8 is very open, with some tall grass to the left, and the pond way to the left. 9 tees next to the pond, and has a few trees behind the green, and in front of the gazebo.
Concrete tees and signs would be nice. I never found a marker for hole 8 long, might have been lost to an alley. The transitions between holes were not super obvious. Spent time trying to find more than one tee box.
Very open with few trees to provide shade or protection from wind. Does ok with what is there, but is not an impressive course.
Hoyt Park is the definition of a reasonable disc golf course. It isn't flashy, only 9 holes, but better than having no course at all. The long tees are enough to make it interesting, and there is not a lot of repetition, despite the mostly open landscape.
In 2 rounds there I have not shot par. I played the long tees both times, and finished +1 and +2. This would be a good learning course. The holes that gave me trouble were usually because of poor play in the short game. Either bad putting, or mid range approaches that were poorly placed or blown off course.