I was looking through the top Washington courses page on DGCR and I was surprised to see a few courses higher on the list, and this one not at all, it deserves to be in the top 25 for sure, it is a very nice course that is emblematic of the Pacific Northwest.
-Tee signs are nice, give distance, par, and a map
-Baskets are like new, Some that are hard to see have flags, others you have to look around a little for, but you can find them relatively easily.
-Fairways: Typical of a wooded course, a few wide open grass field type holes, well maintained, limited to no garbage on the ground
-For an area, and a park, with little elevation, there is good use of mounds, divots, and hills here, I think it was hole 6 or 7 that was on a big mound that made putting a fun challenge
-Trees are well used, some holes are pretty cluttered around the green and you gotta play Plinko a little bit, but for the most part there are good trees
-Paths are marks with arrows, and are fairly well worn, which makes navigation less of a struggle
-water comes into play a little bit on hole 5, there is rough before it, like, right before it, if your disc goes in the water it is gone
-Mandos: added on some holes to separate other fairways, some are seemingly unnecessary
-Tees, not clearly marked except for signs, gravel is not the best
-No benches to sit on, this is a course I played on a long driving day and it was nice to stretch out, but, a lot of people like benches to rest on
-Not a lot of variety, usually just a tunnel in the trees or a wide open bomb
-Holes 3 and 4 get really close to each other, as do 2 and 5 so you have to be really careful if you play on a crowded day
3/4 on the new shoe index
This course is pretty under appreciated for what it is. I've played some course that seem to get more love even though they aren't as good as this one, if you are willing to make the drive, stop by!