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Mt. Pleasant, TX

Mt. Pleasant Sport Complex

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ivanhenson
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Experience: 13.1 years 685 played 221 reviews
2.50 star(s)

nice nine hole

Reviewed: Played on:Jul 27, 2022 Played the course:once

Pros:

This course has very nice brand new baskets and giant pads. It has brand new signs. Amateurs would not be frustrated with it but experience players would not get bored either it plays a lot harder than it seems. It uses the trees and elevations provided to the best of its ability.

Cons:

It feels a big cramped and you're looking at too many baskets per hole and the signage is not as clear as it should be.

Other Thoughts:

It plays a lot longer than the sign say and some of the arrows are not correct. But it's not far off the highway so it's worth a stop
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aclay
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Experience: 39.8 years 327 played 254 reviews
1.50 star(s)

Mt. Pleasant Sports Complex 2+ years

Reviewed: Played on:Jun 6, 2022 Played the course:once

Pros:

-- Extremely nice multi-use park with two sets of restrooms (although neither is close to the disc golf, and the closer one appears to only be open when soccer games are being played). There is playground equipment, exercise equipment, a walking path and what appears to be a splash pad. A small pond (with a water fountain) looks nice but is not near the disc golf course. There is tons of parking.
-- Good level concrete tee pads.
-- New Mach VII baskets.
-- Good looking tee signs with hole number, par, distance a map of the hole (see cons) and a next tee indicator.
-- Uses the landscape fairly well, but there isn't a lot to work with.
-- Nos. 3 and 6 are the best holes. Three is 252 feet with a line of trees left and a stand of trees slightly right about mid fairway. Six is the longest hole on the course (330 feet). It starts fairly open but quickly gets to a tunnel that narrows to about 20 feet wide and then opens up about 100 feet from the basket.

Cons:

-- Navigation. The map on site and the next tee indicators help, but some of the maps on the tee signs are a little vague, and the baskets are not numbered, so there can be some confusion.
-- Safety issues. The No. 1 basket is 70 feet directly in front of the No. 2 tee; the No. 4 tee is 35 feet behind the No. 3 basket; the 5 basket and 6 tee are 40 feet apart; 4-6 are parallel back and forth but too close together; seven throws at/along a walking path; seven tee pad is close left of 8 basket (and my errant drive landed there); three tee is in danger of tee shots from 1 and 7.
-- Tee pads are not level with the ground, so you will have trouble if you like a long run up starting behind the pads.
-- Not much variation in hole distances: Seven of the nine holes are 225-290 feet.

Other Thoughts:

-- The No. 1 basket is partly/mostly hidden behind some small mounds, but you can see it from the tee.
-- Other than the safety issues (a common theme I have found in city park 9-hole courses), there isn't a lot WRONG with this course; there just isn't a lot RIGHT that makes it more than Passable.
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