Small but ok course
Pros: Great Signage
Nice baskets and layout
Not too cluttered
Throw platforms on 1-9 nice concrete
Cons: Very short holes
Back nine had no platforms just little markers
Not very challenging at all
Fun easy course
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Pros: Course map on Kiosk
Round 9 practice basket
Family friendly course, not too long, not too short
Cons: Long walks between some of the holes
Grass was pretty high on 3 of the holes in a corner of the park
dirt tee pads at the moment
Other Thoughts: This course is exactly what it should be, a family friendly course in a small town.
Most of the holes are under 300ft and none of them are really that hard. There are a couple of longer holes that are mostly wide open shots.
I loved the pond shot, you can do a skip type hyzer around the pond or a nice short turnover over the pond.
the hole between the baseball fields is the longest hole on the course and with the nicely mowed grass is great for rollers.
The polls for the tee signs have been installed, but the signs have not been made yet.
I know one of the holes was missing the day I played, found out that hole is being moved as the city is putting in a splash pad in that area.
Would I play here again. Well, I am not driving hours again to play here, but if I was in the area, I would enjoy a round here. This is suppose to be a family/Rec course as there is not really any disc golfers in Crockett. This course could build them.
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