Baskets are numbered with a fresh coat of paint
Several of the holes had markers for tee's.
The markers for the tees were mostly overgrown. They were 5 bricks with the middle brick having a hole number on it. I didn't find 1, 2 or 7's marker.
The map here is a safari map, there is a little better up to date map on the other app at the moment
Well, I play them all, I happen to LOVE small towns and small town courses. The more compact the park, the more I really enjoy playing the course. (yea I know, it's weird)
The baskets are painted yellow and very easy to see, the hole numbers are painted on the tops and easy to see too.
The tee markers on the other hand are hard to find, you almost have to step on them to find them as the grass is growing over them. I cleared off the ones I found the best i could with my shoes.
For the most part, it's your typical park type of course.
After throwing my tee shot for hole 3, I noticed a tee marker on the ground, after that I looked for and found all but one for hole 7. Hole 7 on the app has you throwing from basket 6, across near a pavilion and is not a smart shot. I have a feeling the "real" tee is probably on the other side of the creek and a much shorter hole.
Hole 8 was pretty close to the RV spaces. But then hole 9 tee shot was almost in an RV space across the roads. Not a safe hole for sure. But it was interesting and luckily no RV's were parked or in danger of my shots.
Would I play here again? No, but with that said, it is a nice walk in the park. The grass was green and well mowed. It's a good place to take a break. (note, there is a correctional facility off the main highway with 5 of the same type of home made baskets. I did throw basket to basket, but heard another player got asked to leave. It will remain an unlisted practice area and is listed in my unlisted course list)