6 Helpful / 0 Not
Minimal chance to lose a disc.
Having a disc golf course, however mediocre, is better than not having one.
The signs at the tees are okay.
Scorecard/map available at welcome sign.
Single tee/single basket.
No signs indicating next tee location.
Tee "pads" are ruts in the dirt/sand.
Only nine holes.
$5 to enter park.
Picnic tables, grilles, walking paths, i.e. lots of "civilian" traffic in close proximity to course.
Baskets in mediocre condition.
Flow - after completing #2, you will walk past basket #8 - don't get hit! Likewise, when you complete #8, you will walk past basket #2 - don't get hit again!!
Other Thoughts: The distances for the holes range from 250 to 320 feet.
#3,5,9 are wide open grip-n-rips. The other six holes will have a few trees involved somewhat near the basket.
#7 is probably the most challenging hole, as its trees come into play earlier and for a longer duration.
I had my bag with 11 discs, but could have gotten by with two drivers (slightly over/under stable), an approach disc, and a putter.
There is a map (Kinder 20?) someone gave to us (hardcopy) that showed alternate tee locations. Playing this way didn't eliminate all the Cons listed above, but did add distance, obstacles, and made me go to my bag for a wider selection of discs.
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