Dublin, TX 
Dublin DGC Share
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Now a Fun 19

1    12/3/2021   12/4/2021
Review By: WD09
Played: 619  Reviewed: 70  Exp: 18.7 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Good baskets
Concrete tee pads on all holes
Good descriptive signage at each hole and also a helpful course map near hole one
Course flows well and the park is well-maintained
Good variety of hole distances
Nice park with other amenities for families
The park seemed to be very well kept, with many mature trees and a wet-weather creek in play
Cons: Tee pads are small, but serviceable.
Several holes throw over or close to a path or other places where other parks users will often be present.
Hole 18 is the kind of hole that gets disc golf removed from parks - there is a very thin "fairway" straight ahead, with tennis courts on the left and a softball field on the right. It would be very difficult to play the hole without throwing over one of these other fields.There were people playing tennis and also people playing softball, so I skipped the hole.
Other Thoughts: Overall this was a nice place to play and the course has been upgraded since previous reviews, with 10 more holes and concrete pads added.
A nice small town park that would be a good place to learn to play and was a nice stop on my drive through the area.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.


1    7/21/2020   7/23/2020
Review By: aclay
Played: 262  Reviewed: 165  Exp: 38.5 Years
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -- 9 baskets in decent shape.
-- Park appears well maintained, and there is a circle (about 20-foot radius) mowed lower than surrounding grass around each basket.
-- Restrooms on site, but they were locked during my COVID-era visit.
-- Water spigots in a small RV park directly across the park road at the west end.
Cons: -- Not a great piece of land for disc golf. There are few trees, no elevation and no water.
-- No tee pads. There are small pink markers that I think are intended as markers for a tee pad/area, but most of them are within 3-4 feet of a basket, so that would be a safety concern if more than one group were on the course.
-- Baskets are not numbered. There are several places on the course where you can see all nine baskets at one time, so figuring out the intended layout is next to impossible.
-- No map, on site or here.
-- One basket sits almost in a backyard, and there is no fence between the park and the private property.
Other Thoughts: -- No benches for seating at the "tees", but there are a few picnic tables in the park.
-- With any sort of basic markings (tee signs with hole number, flight path and distance), this could be a decent course for recreational players. As it is, it feels more like a practice area than a course. Because the course was installed two years ago, I doubt those missing basic items are forthcoming.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

 Small town 9

1    12/25/2019   12/26/2019
Review By: ivanhenson
Played: 575  Reviewed: 196  Exp: 11.8 Years
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: 9 baskets around a park. Easy to find and see. For a small town its better than nothing. But just a little.
Cons: Dont go out of your way but if your in Dublin its passable. No tee boxes so basket to basket. Pretty short between most.
Other Thoughts: I would start just north of the put put course. There is a concrete pad that can be used for #1 if you aim between the trees. Then turn left and make your way around the park.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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