Better Than Just A Field
12 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The baskets are numbered. You can start at hole 1 or 4 depending on where you park.
Navigation is easy as it's just a clockwise loop around a field. There is some good safari potential here if that's your thing.
Easily accessible distances for beginners.
A few trees to contend with on holes 7-9.
Cons: The baskets. They're labeled as the "QuikShot by Gopher." On most of them the low point of the chains and the rim of the basket are separated to where even a very good putt can fall out because of the manufacturing error.
No tee pads or markings besides numbers on baskets, holes just play from basket to basket. No elevation change whatsoever.
Holes 1-6 are wide open and short. The forehand line is taken away by some trees on 7-9 but even so, the backhand is wide open.
Other Thoughts: There's not much to write about because there's not much here; just nine board flat holes. The first six are wide open and the last three are an easy backhand. All under 275'
The only reasons to come to this course are if you live close and want a practice field with some targets or if you just want to bag it. For anyone else, just go to Heritage.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Somehow, you can have fun here
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Despite this course just being nine baskets in a field with not a lot of distance, there are a few good things about this course. The distance, while there's not much of it, is at least varied, so you aren't always throwing with the same power.
There are hole numbers on the baskets, so you're supposed to start at the northeast end of the field and throw to baskets clockwise around the field. But you can go in whatever order you want. There are some trees on the outside of the circle, which means if you go clockwise one round and counter-clockwise another, the trees will block opposite lines on a few holes.
Cons: No tee pads (just throw from the previous basket), and few holes have had standing water. Some roads and backyards can possibly come into play on basically every hole, but most baskets are far enough away from them that it's not too bad.
Baskets are absolute garbage. I really hope your experience will be better than mine, since I had two spitouts in 18 holes. Maybe this is intentional, since this place doesn't have much difficulty otherwise.
Despite the trees that are present on four holes, they never block the straight line; you can always throw a straight shot and get to the basket. In addition, the trees are on the longer holes, which are already the more challenging on the course. As a result, the easy holes are really easy and tempt you to go for an ace, if you're okay calling a long putt an ace.
Oh, and no elevation change either, except around a couple of baskets.
Other Thoughts: Nothing really to see here, but I appreciate the effort the school, and other schools in the area, are doing to promote Disc Golf, especially in parts of school grounds that aren't being used for much else.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
just a practice course
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 9 nice numbered baskets
Cons: This is just an empty filled with 9 baskets in a circle they avoided all obstacles this would be an okay practice course only
Other Thoughts: Not really a course just nine baskets in a circle
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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