Solid practice course
Pros: This is 2 minutes from my home and work so it is great for a quick 9 or 18.
Some holes are wide open others are tightly wooded, so you can work on lots of different shots.
Cons: Hole #2 does not drain well at all. One week after a storm and it is still a bog in front of the hole. Bring your crappy shoes.
Nothing too long, all par 3's.
Other Thoughts: For those in the Lansdale area this really is a hidden gem to get in a quick round and work on your game. Easy to get to and easy parking.
Short tight fun course
Pros: Map and scorecards available.
Bathrooms and water fountain.
Decent short course.
Quick to play and still fun.
Cons: Hole 1 plays between road and playground. I would not feel comfortable letting fly with a strong drive if there were children on the playground.
Tiny fairways in the woods.
Hole 8 is a big horseshoe.
Other Thoughts: It was worth playing once.
Good course for new players
Pros: - Map and scorecards available
- Bathrooms near hole 1
- Short course, good for beginners who don't have their long drive down yet
- Quick course to play. We played it twice back to back in under 2 hours.
Cons: - Hole 1 plays between road and playground. I would not feel comfortable letting fly with a strong drive if there were children on the playground.
- Hole 3 & 4 plays across baseball/soccer field. If there were ball games in progress, I would have skipped these entirely.
- Tight fairways in the woods.
- Hole 8 has no obvious fairway.
- Tee for hole 9 was hard to find.
Other Thoughts: - This course is a nice use of the land on the part of the church that owns it.
- If you live close by it's a great course to get in a quick 9 holes.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: nice and quick play
Cons: only 9 holes and very compact
some holes intersect others
Other Thoughts: will probbably never be more than yourself and 6 others on the course at a time, seems almost unknown.
awesome way to kill 30 minutes if you are driving by!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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good for what it is
Pros: -close to my house
-easy to find the park, pavilion and first tee
-no other disc golfers were there
-maps are availible, very helpful for first time
Cons: -not very fun to play over and over again. Played a couple rounds and was about to leave but I decided to play another round and make my own safari tees that were longer/harder and that made it much more fun.
-The course shares the park with many other activities so there were a lot of other people around. Lots of kids.
No water fountain that I know of or saw(It was 95 friggin degrees today). I brought plenty of water anyway but a fountain would be nice to refill my bottle.
Other Thoughts: Frankly, I think they did a great job with such a small plot of land. Your opinion of this course will have a lot to do with your expectations coming in. Being so close to amazing courses like Nockamixon, French Creek, etc there are lots choices around here and this course is definately nothing like that.
But for those who live locally this course is a great spot to come throw around for a little while. Its a great little course..for what it is. Not as fun to play as other 9 holers around here like Unami and Phoenixville, but its way better than Salford and Ft Washington. I haven;t been to Branchwood or Windlestrae yet.
I did enjoy it and I will be back. Shot 24 on the regular layout and 30 on my safari layout.
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