1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course offers a variety of open shots with opportunities to throw far in open fields. Layout is clear. Park seemed clean. I was impressed with holes 9, 10, 16.
Cons: These holes are boring. I feel there's enough distance on the course to legitimize it but it really does not ask a player to nail a technical line. Instead, a basic right to left or left to right air shot does the trick on nearly every hole.
Other Thoughts: Compared to so many great courses in DFW, this one is well behind the curve.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
A lot of tall grass
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nice variety. Mostly open fields
Cons: Tall grass, mud, and dense forest brush make this course difficult for beginners.
Other Thoughts: My only complaint is some sections of tall grass. There are some wide open fields to really practice your drive though.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Creek becomes a river after a rain
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Well laid out. 6 long holes over 420 ft. with 4 or 5 pars.
I liked the back 9 with long narrow fairways reminiscent of ball golf fairways. The long walking lanes down fairways were trimmed for easy walking.
Fun course & I'll be back when it cools off.
Cons: As reviewed, if you don't have a big arm, this course will challenge you with 6 holes over 420 ft. and 3 of those long holes are in the first 5 holes.
We played Saturday after a big rain swept across North texas. When this creek rises filling the banks and sink holes, it becomes a river with strong currents. The sloping fairways along the creek eat rolling discs like candy. Fairway 7 has a deceptive sinkhole to throw around and Hole 16 has a deep sink hole close to the basket.
The course could use those scrape blades courses like Alex Clark have.
When they say the course has a lot of poison ivy, they mean every time you step into the woods, YOU ARE ALREADY STANDING IN POISON IVY!!
Other Thoughts: We were able to get 2 of 3 lost discs back at IDeal disc golf shop, @ 5515 Bonner Dr, Haltom City, TX. Good guys and it's right by North Park Disc Golf park.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: lots of different looks at holes... some short some long some wide open some specialty holes. all around good and challenging course.
Cons: pretty infrequently mowed. plays around too many parks with people who don't play disc golf that get and stand in the way
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Arcadia Park 2
Pros: Very large community park.
Great mixture of shots.
Great for distance and rollers.
Good teepads and baskets.
Water hazards throughout to punish bad shots.
Cons: Very Flat.
Not wind friendly.
Very busy at times. People popping out of nowhere.
Other Thoughts: Great course for a family many playgrounds throughout. Kids can play while you play golf.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Fun Course / Beginner Friendly
Pros: - Well maintained course in community park
- Lots of trash cans
- Fairly good mix of shots, but mostly wide open
- Fairly easy to navigate
Cons: - Nothing overly spectacular, just an average park disc golf course
Other Thoughts: I enjoyed playing this course but could see it getting boring quickly if this was my local course. Worth playing if you're already nearby.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great variety of distance on this course. I feel like the pars listed on the signage is very generous. A few 4s and 5s that were 3s and 4s for me, and all I really have is a big arm. If you can throw far here, you will get an eagle. There are some ace runs as well (7 to name one) which is always fun. The course is pretty in Spring!
Cons: -A fair amount of water, which in this part of FW is home to a LOT of poisonous snakes- seriously be careful. On 17 (Rainbow pool) my wife saw a 5ft cottonmouth. Play it safe folks!
-If you don't have a big arm you may not like this course, but they do give you the benefit of the doubt with the pars.
Other Thoughts: I think that this is definitely worth playing if you live in DFW.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Great beginner/intermediate course
Pros: Very good mix of easy and difficult holes. Many are wide open for maximum distance, while a few require tight tunnel shots. Baskets and tees are in great shape.
Cons: During the summer evenings, many parents and their children confiscate holes #5 and #7 for soccer practice. On #5 it is easy to tee from a closer area and drop it to a part 3 or 4, but #7 it can be dangerous to throw due to the presence of children everywhere.
Holes #5 and #10 are missing signs. #10 tee box showing signs of wear.
Other Thoughts: Not much shade available for most holes, so prepare for the sun and heat.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Great long course!
Pros: - This course is extremely well maintained.
- The hole layout is good and has a decent amount of variance.
- The course is laid out intuitively.
Cons: - Not really a lot negative about this course.
- It wouldn't hurt my feelings if occasionally they changed the pin location, but beggars can't be choosers.
Other Thoughts: This is an absolute must play in DFW!
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Variety of shots and holes. Good use of the trees and water.
Cons: Soccer fields on 2 holes ruins the course. How can you play with people on the fairway. Holes 4 and 5 are boring.
Other Thoughts: move holes by the soccer fields somewhere else.
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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