Short and Technical
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Pros: - Newer baskets
- Interesting topography
- Large course map at park entrance
- Practice basket
Cons: - No signage on the course
- No (or very small) tee pads
Other Thoughts: The course is in a small neighborhood park surrounded on all sides by the back yards of homes. The park is accessed by parking in a small gravel lot off the street and the course welcome board is just off the parking lot. If you are new to the course, be sure to study (or take a picture of) the map, as you will need this information to get around the course and refer to for hole distances. There are no tee signs. A practice basket is located near the first tee.
Each hole consists of a tee area marked by a 2'x2' concrete paver with the hole number painted on and an arrow indicating the direction of the basket. Baskets appear to be newer Chainstar.
The play of the course is actually pretty fun, as there is an ample number of trees and the land is gently rolling. Most holes require a straight throw, but a couple force a left/right or a right/left shot. Some holes will have a lower ceiling. Hole lengths are in the 200'-300' range.
In general, it's a fun little course to play, once you get the lay of the course down.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Pros: Great use of the land that is available. Holes that are shorter have a very low ceiling with other trees to maneuver around which mames them tougher.
Cons: No tee signs. However it is easy to navigtmate without signage.
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