10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Course is set in a good-sized park, that has various fields and a walking path about. Definitely the possibility for some park user interference on a nice day.
- Decent length for a suburban Chicago course, with a few holes right around 300'.
- Three of the holes here have a tree or two in play, so some basic line shaping is helpful in those spots.
- Some very slight elevation changes, like an uphill fairway on #2. Holes #6 and #7 also have a slope on the right side to some fields; an errant drive would require an uphill approach shot.
- Great pads and baskets. Tee signs pending (I think).
Cons: - Lots of open shots that don't require any specific line. #1, #2, #3, #6, and #9 have literally no trees to worry about. The shots that do have trees are very short unfortunately.
- The biggest hazard here is the walking/running path that snakes next to most holes. Definitely could see some long waits in many spots. Also, I think #3's teepad is in the circle of #2's basket...
Other Thoughts: - Overall, not a bad course at all. It has some long enough holes to challenge people who have been around the block a few times, and multiple ace runs. Perfect for people who have played a few times at Horizon Park down the road and are ready to make the step up!
- I uploaded photos and a map before tee signs were installed, but I would be surprised if the hole numbers aren't correct. If I was wrong, let the mods know to fix them!
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