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Pros: Always nice weather, never crowded, a variety of shots (both forehand and backhand friendly, beginner to advance level course, easy and free parking, it's a giant public park that is very very clean. You can play the 27 holes course in shorts if u wanted too. Great signs and tee boxes. No pot holes, thorny bushes, poison oaks, and etc. There are stores near by to get snacks and drinks and to eat afterward. I live in San Francisco and I have played this course about 5 times now. It's worth it for me to make the 4-5 hour drive and make an over nighter trip and play this course and other course while I'm 3/4 of the way toward LA.
Cons: It can get crowded on special weekend from other park users like family bbq but not from disc golfers.
Other Thoughts: I played there this past Fourth of July weekend and it was crowded from family bbq but I was still able to get prime parking and I only had to skip one hole out of 27 holes due to family in the way of the baskets from them doing their family thing. Right now I have played as far north as south Lake Tahoe and down south as far as Fontana LA. This course is one of my top 2 courses I've played so far.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Sell Everything and Move Here
Pros: The entire thing! By entire thing I mean, weather, # of holes, Variety of shots, views and food vendors.
Cons: Hard to raise any Cons: Like several others have said, we did have a hard time with a few transitions, but Seriously, not a problem.
Other Thoughts: 8 or so of us made the 2 hr trek from Bakersfield, I would drive 4 hrs to play here! 30' cooler than home, close to the coast, but not too close that wind was too much of an issue. Everything I want to say about this course has already been said. IF YOU HAVEN'T PLAYED HERE, GET HERE!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
A real gem
Pros: All course equipment is in excellent shape and well maintained. Great mixture of shots to challenge any golfer. With a mixture of left and right shots along with minor elevation change makes every hole different. Good variation of distances for each hole for some easy par 3 if you are new and long enough to be challenging birdie shots for the advanced player.
Cons: If you are not a regular at the course some of there are a few transitions between basket to the next tee which can get confusing. I've played it a half dozen times over 6 years and still get confused at a couple of walks between holes. Course is built on fine sandy soil, becareful if there is too much sand on the concrete pads easy to slip.
Other Thoughts: Always excited to come back to Waller when I'm in the area. Love love love this course.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Best course yet
Pros: it is enormous, gorgeous, completely decongested and FUN
Cons: it is not closer to my house
Other Thoughts: I want to go back, badly. It has tons of varying holes, terrain, difficulty, distance, etc. I used everything in my bag which was great fun.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 6 Not
always a good time
Pros: lots of differnet hole and shots needed, lots of parking, 36 holes, clean, lots of space, few holes have other people in the way, well marked, good practice chains for putting
Cons: some holes are just crazy, the wind picks up in the afternoon, needs a food stop, 36 holes can start to wear out the are a little
Other Thoughts: by far one of my fav courses, tons of fun playing doubles first time was over 20 over next few times got it down to a few over
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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