--Manicured Park Grass
--Good use of older trees for some more challenging shots
--Quick rounds due to small course
--Lots of shade, hot days are great here.
--Concrete teepads on every hole
--Crowded during peak hours
--Course is very narrow, several holes have you throwing almost straight at another teepad
--2-6 pretty much all share the same general fairway area
--Shanks can end up on the road or in the parking lot
I don't mind Ken Caryl Ranch, it's basically impossible to lose a disc, the grass is golf course manicured. There are enough trees around to keep every shot from being straight from the teepad to the basket, although if you are looking for a technically challenging course, this is not it. And example of the most technically challenging shot on the course would be 9, which is still just a little RHFH flick through a somewhat narrow opening. Aside from that, don't go in with the expectation of being challenged.
It's a nice little diversion. It's easy to get to, free, well maintained. If you could ever play here without other people you could make up some different holes by just throwing at different pins. But this course is pretty busy and there is going to be some waiting to throw as somebody has no choice but to play across your fairway.
It's not bad, and very early in the morning or maybe for a glow round it's pretty solid, but when it's packed, just take your time down the street to Dakota or Front Range Christian for a little bit more of a challenge.