4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nobody is ever at this park. It is great for group play and practice since you can take as much time as you want. Within walking distance from Eastern's campus. Some difficult shots in the woods with the other half of the course in the open. The open shots are at least far enough to let you rip huge drives.
Cons: Second hole is along the river. Over the summer a storm broke down some trees that rest about 15 feet above the fairway partially blocking the shot. 2 Baskets were stolen, but they were replaced this fall. Its not in the best part of town.
Other Thoughts: There are three tees per hole which are relatively poorly marked but worn into the ground enough to see them. Masses of tiny toads in the spring.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Not busy,good mix of holes for a 9 hole course 3 or 4 holes are wide open the rest are in the woods,water in play on 2 holes but not only if you have a bad throw,
Cons: I personally didn't really like this course I was bored pretty quick but I only played it once,no signs,course layout was a little confusing after #3 you have to walk back down the fairway to get to #4 I missed it and walked around for a while,some of the wooded holes had thick rough you could lose a disc,not very challenging,natural tees,wooded holes had dual tees that didn't really change the hole or the challenge,lots of bugs,9 holes,
Other Thoughts: If I lived closer to this course I would use it for practice but I don't think I will be playing it again
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Half the holes are located in an open field, with the other half located in a small clump of woods along the Huron River.
A few of the wooded holes can provide a nice challenge.
Cons: no signs for any of the holes and it can be pretty confusing trying to figure out exactly where you are supposed to shoot from, and what you're shooting at (Hole #7 appears to be missing a basket, with a large stick in the ground instead).
The holes in the open are really just baskets far away from a tee. No obstacles to navigate, and you have so much room you can pretty much throw anywhere and be fine. Maybe some people will like that, but I thought it was pretty boring.
Other Thoughts: The amount of 3 leaved vegetation in the wooded areas left me constantly wondering what I was putting my hand into when going after my disc sometimes. Bring bug spray. Don't throw in the river on Hole #2!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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