7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a very beginner course where novice disc golfers can practice.
The signs, teepads, and pins are in good condition.
This course is open for winter, which is nice since most of the courses in the area close for at least part of the winter months
Cons: There are about 6 trees as obstacles on the entire course. All of the holes are less than 240 feet. Nothing too complicated...or too fun for non beginner golfers
Other Thoughts: This course was designed to be a family oriented, beginner course. That is exactly what it is. It almost seems too easy, if I was just starting disc golf I think I would want at least a few more challenges than this course has to offer.
Don't expect anything from this 9 holer - unless you're just beginning disc golf and need an easy course to help practice.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -decent signage
-nice cement tee pads
Cons: -nine holes(given)
-open pin placements
Other Thoughts: A nice little nine hole course in a community park in Germantown. Not much to really write about. All holes are between 180 and 230. Bring a mid range and a putter. All nine holes are straight shots with the exception of hole 1 where you have to slightly bend it around a tree or two.
This is the epitamy of a beginners course. Set up for a quick play(did it in under 20) and a place to teach and/or practice. It is in pretty good shape and shouldn't be mistaken for a poorly maintained course, because it's not. Kudos for the people who got this little setup in a community park where there was previously only open fields and a baseball diamond.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Beginner Friendly, Wide Open
Pros: This is a true beginner course. There aren't many challenges to get in your way. If you want to do some practice of grip it and rip it its perfect (IF YOU DONT THROW IT 300-400 because it is fairly short), if you want to practice your puttin and approach shots its perfect.
Course is open in the winter which is a bonus!
Has tee signs.
#1 is the best hole because it has a narrow run of trees on either side and you have a ceiling forcing you to keep the disc low.
Cons: Not enough challeneges. They could have used a few more obstacles in their favor I think, because even though it may just be a beginners course, they should have some challenges.
Nothing too technical.
Really only 3 holes with any obstacles in play, however, I would expect multiple run ins with people in the summer as the course winds through and around a baseball field, exercise areas, and just a general open field in the park.
Unfortunately: they cut down some of the key features on this course . . . the apple tree behind #3 basket and the low evergreen shrubs in the middle of #9 fairway . . . it helped to create a tight window (vertical) because of the low hanging branches. There still is some interest on the course but i am unsure of why these things were removed.
Other Thoughts: This is a beginner course and can be fun to play . . . i still have not gotten the elusive (-9) but I will some day soon!
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
great beginner course
Pros: all the holes are short. great for beginner or an old guy like me. First 2 holes have trees . Other holes mostley open. Brand new concrete tees. All holes marked with distance etc. Nice facilities.and well taken care of by city of Germantown.
Cons: Not very challenging for experts but a great warm up course.
Other Thoughts: Very nice course to take your kids and start them off in disc golf and not worry about finding were the next hole is!
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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