1 Helpful / 0 Not
Needs to go away
Pros: Park is well kept
Park is pretty easy to find
Cons: No tee signs
Baskets are deteriorating
Lots of sidewalks
lots of people activities crowding out disc course
Other Thoughts: The disc course isn't kept up and the baskets need to be removed. There are two other courses on the south edge of town which are much better.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
If you're bored and in Concordia
Pros: Some tricky trees to get around.
Some elevation change
Park is usually in good condition.
Protected from most winds.
Course is not normally busy
Cons: Short/poorly chained baskets
This park is VERY busy most afternoons and evenings.
I've had to wait for pedestrians using the walk paths on hole 3,5,6 and 8
Tee markers are now non-existent.
Other Thoughts: Parking is shared with the swimming pool parking and tennis court parking. Most times is not a problem but can get congested.
HEY, it's better than no disc golf course, right??? I know I've played worse courses.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Not much to see here folks. Keep on driving.
Pros: Very rudimentary recreational level course. Has some rolling elevation and a few nice, albeit short holes if you can get past everything listed in the cons section. I suppose the flow here would be logical if you can figure out where you're going since the baskets have numbers. You can probably play this with a putter.
Cons: Well, lets see, where do I start? Lets start with the fact that the tees, if you can find them, are nothing more than a paver stone in the ground. I could only find five of the nine holes. The baskets are homemade single chainers (8 chains) and with such little cushion, its quite possible your perfect shot will either spit through, or bounce off the center pole and come right back out. Hole 4 is completely missing (although you can guess where it was pretty good. Several holes come too close to other amenities, or busy streets.
Other Thoughts: I've seen this course before. Forest Park in Parsons, KS. The lousy old course inside an otherwise very nice park with other well taken care of amenities (pool, ball field, tennis courts). I don't know the time line of when everything was installed here, but it appears some things have been retrofitted in since its installation and its getting a might too crowded for a DG course. Concordia has another course on the south side of town at Cloud County Community College which I'm told isn't any better quality wise, but having looked at it, seems a little safer.
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