4 Helpful / 0 Not
That was Easy!
Pros: I love the easy flow of this course. There is parking on either end and you can start on hole #1 or hole #10.
There is a nice playground area just far enough away to be out of the way, but close enough to watch your children from pretty much the whole course. Also, a nice walking trail, picnic tables, and benches make this a great place to take your family.
Course map at hole one.
The maintenance on the park (mowing, trash clean up, etc.) seems to be well taken care of.
Very good use of available obstacles! I especially appreciated the way the creek was incorporated to add a little risk/reward.
Overall just a relaxing round.
Cons: Not much challenge at all. Really.
Only two tee signs. The rest have went to where all good tee signs go.
The vandals also pulled a couple of baskets up, but they are still usable.
A couple of pads are broken, though this course is so short it shouldn't matter.
Other Thoughts: This course is right up my alley. I love to play with my wife and two young children and this course is incredible for that. If you are very skilled, you shouldn't have much trouble getting a birdie on pretty much every hole. If I lived in Ardmore, I would play here a lot, but its probably not ever going to be a must play for anyone.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Playing in the Lawn
Pros: Decent concrete tees
Good map at hole 1
Quick round (30-45 min max)
Good use of the trees that are there
A few chances to stretch out and use a driver
Chance to work on your midrange accuracy.
Good to take a family or newbies to
Cons: Some pads need a little TLC
So narrow and short
Tee signs missing on almost every hole
A couple of baskets are kinda loose
Walking path in play on several holes
Few chances to work on distance driving
Slight chance of landing in someone's backyard on several holes
Other Thoughts: This is a decent little course.
Worth the stop if you happen to be in Ardmore.
Watch out for walkers, the path is usually in use.
The creek that is in play on the back nine is usually clean and shallow.
It is fun enough to hit if you haven't been.
Fun enough for repeat if you're in the area and have a few minutes.
Just not worth a trip of very many miles, unless just to bag another course.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
16 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a small park "almost" dedicated to walkers and disc golfers. The cement tee pads are fine. There is a layout map on the nice message board (the first tee is behind it). There is a deep creek along the back 9 and these holes have some fun pin placements among the few trees that do exist. There are some nice risk/reward shots and baby elevation. This is a fairly simple course, but it was actually quite enjoyable.
Cons: Some of the poles marking the tee signs are missing and only some of them have footages on them. However, they may not be that accurate. On hole 18, the picnic table and kids water spot might be a bit in play for a RHBH thrower. You will need to keep the map in mind as the holes are close enough you might get confused the first time through as the front 9 and back 9 cross in the middle of the park a couple of times. It is a bit difficult crossing the creek in spots to make it to the tees and baskets that rest there, but not impossible.
Other Thoughts: For me, the fun factor was higher than I thought it would be. I actually enjoyed this course. It is not a difficult course and has many approach type driving holes, but the pin placements & creek area shots were fun. As an indifferent comment, the creek is shallow and narrow. So unless there is a big rain, you shouldn't lose a disc here. If you are driving through here or even near by, it is well worth the stop, but I wouldn't make this a focal point of a road trip. Nice job Ardmore, OK!
16 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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