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Nice suburban park course
Pros: Well maintained, good signs at some tees and course map sign at 1st tee. Short, but with a variety of open shots, downhill, uphill, out of sight, under trees, etc. Good beginner course; it's possible to lose a disc, but unlikely, and much more interesting than just walking around a lawn from one basket to the next.
Cons: Some tee signs are missing or vandalized, though there's none of that feeling of being in an unsafe neighborhood. Muddy in places. Baskets have arrows to point to next tee, but some point the wrong way. One tee pad is badly placed, so you're in the way of the next group playing toward the basket you just finished. (It's worth it, though - that's the one where you have to throw uphill to a basket you can't see.
Other Thoughts: I like this one. I'm living in the middle of town for a while and I rode my rented bike a few miles to play it. Yes, I'll do it again. It's not a tournament-level destination course, but a fun jaunt for beginner and intermediate players, the kind who will grow the sport. The park isn't very big, but the designers made good use of it, and the locals are keeping it up nicely.
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