9 baskets in an open field
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-Nine fully functional baskets (Mach 2s)
-Metal tee signs
-Easy to navigate
-You will likely have the course to yourself
-Wide variety of hole lengths: a few ace runs, all the way up to a Par 5
-No tee pads. Basically, just go find the tee sign and throw from somewhere in the general vicinity.
-Almost no obstacles. It's a flat field with giant powerlines overhead and zero trees. Hole 1 at least uses a powerline tower as a mando, but holes 2-8 really don't have any vertical obstacles to contend with. Hole 9 makes you split the gap between two powerline towers on your approach shot, but that gap is huge (>60').
-Very, very flat. And I get it - this is the Wasatch Front. Land is either mountainous or uber flat. But a course with zero trees and zero elevation change…that's not really a disc golf course, it's fieldwork that just happens to have baskets to aim at.
-Although the ground was mowed when I played, I have heard this is not always the case. And there were nearly as many thorns, goat heads, nettles, and thistles as there were tufts of grass.
I appreciate that the HOA decided to use the land to put in 9 baskets. If I lived in the neighborhood, then I would assuredly use the course for fieldwork. Beggars can't be chooser, ya know? And the course is located a fair hike away from any other disc golf options. That being said, it's not really a course. It's a field that can't be used for anything else due to the giant powerlines running overhead.
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