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Excellent concrete teepads with ridges to assist with gripping. Very nice signs showing the distance and location of the basket relative to other objects. Next tee arrows on bottom of baskets. Minimal chance to lose a disc. Would be a good course for glow. Easy to follow even w/o a map.
The day we played two people parked their car and set up their lounge chairs practically on basket #1. Another non-player was parked and sitting fairly close to #2.
Course plays in a counter-clockwise direction in a small multi-purpose park. Holes range in distance from 168' to 345', averaging about 240'. For a nine-holer, it had a nice blend of left/right/either/neither turning shots required off the tee, and uphill/downhill/flat. Holes 5-7 were fairly open, but the other had a couple trees, or a building, forcing some shot-shaping. Note: the closest tee to basket #5 is #7 - tee #6 is down the hill, and has you throwing back up it.
Excellent course for beginners ready to work on some shot-shaping. Multiple birdie-runs for more experienced players.
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