Fun short course - great for kids
Pros: * Nice layout for the space.
* Concrete tee pads; some dedicated, some marked on existing paths
* Great signage
* A couple challenging pin placements on small hillsides - land carefully or suffer roll aways!
* Shares the walking path for much of the layout - very cart friendly, but you won't need many discs here and could reasonably play with a putter and midrange (adults)
* Practice basket!
* Great playground for the kids in the park near the front 9.
Cons: * Some fairways go right down the walking path in the park. WATCH OUT FOR NON-GOLFERS!
* Pin for #2 is right near a picnic table. If someone is using the table, skip the hole.
* One hole (#6?) has it's basket behind handrails for a handicapped accessible ramp. Climb over or go around.
* #10 is between a road (Border St.) and a pavillion. Too far to the right and you might wind-up on the pavillion roof.
* If it has rained recently, some holes on the back 9 may be soggy. Also the creek may be up.
* The walk from 18 pin back to parking area is a bit (about 200 yards / 180 m)
Other Thoughts: Nice to see the local Parks and Rec department support DG!
This little course is quite nice and brand new as of this writing (Jan 2020). I hope everything stays in good repair.
It is in a pretty busy park and if it is crowded, you'd be better off playing elsewhere. Lots of folks use the park for walking and you will have to yield at some point.
I found the course to be fun if not overly challenging. Lots of ace runs on offer. I especially enjoyed bringing my daughter (8 yrs old) and she enjoyed being able to play the shorter holes and the after round playground session!
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