Eureka, MO 
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Good flat course

1    3/19/2018   10/8/2018
Review By: lemmmy_acemister
Played: 12  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 5.5 Years
Pros: Some long holes.
Multiple tee pads.
Very flat good for people with limited movement or disibility.
Good for beginingers.
Nice and clean.
Good play ground of the kids.
It would be a good park for a family reunion
Cons: No tee pads.
Not much on technical shots.

 Beat expectations

1    11/13/2016   11/13/2016
Review By: mrbro855
Played: 260  Reviewed: 101  Exp: 6.2 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Typical city park course with mature trees, two sets of tees, adequate signage, and a decent flow to it.

Most of the holes had some type of basket protection, utilizing the trees.

Couple of holes come to mind...
#4- Small window to get your tee shot through, that gets smaller when you move back to the longer tee.
#5- Dog leg right with solid protection. (Sign is totally wrong- distances were 141 ft from red; 195 from white by my pace)
#6 Longer dog leg right. and
#9 Big pine in the fairway that will make you think through your shot selection.

Several other groups out on this beautiful mid- November Sunday!!
Cons: Grass tee pads- some smoother than others.
Sign on #5 wrong- must have changed the hole somewhere along the line.
Sign on #9 missing.
Other Thoughts: Next to last course I needed to play to get all the St Louis courses checked off....
Wasn't expecting much after reading through the previous reviews, but it actually wasn't bad.
My 13 y/o daughter and I played two rounds through the course and had an enjoyable afternoon....
Concrete pads and updated signage could move this to a "3" at max. Not much else to move it to a "wow" course but I could see playing it frequently if I lived closer.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Nice course to practice different skills

5+    9/7/2016   9/7/2016
Review By: martemar
Played: 5  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 5.7 Years
Pros: -This course is great to work on new skills, or trying out new discs.

-As a RHBH thrower this course provides many opportunities to practice turning my drives, and upshots.

-It's a flat, and very forgiving course that is great for beginners to play.

-If you play with penalties for landing on concrete it adds a little bit more of a challenge.

-Nice course to play at if you're strapped for time. I play this course a lot on my lunch breaks at work.

Cons: -Hole 2 plays along a creek. If your timing is off on your release you could easily end up losing a disc in the creek. Although, it's easily avoided if you are playing it safe.

-Tends to be very swampy for awhile after a good rain.

- Natural Tee Pads. If the grass is wet make sure you wear some cleats for your longer drives.
Other Thoughts: This course is a nice, and quick course to play. It's very convenient and is fun to utilize when learning new discs, or working on improving technique.
If you follow the pars on the signs it will be a very easy day. However,if you play every hole as a Par 3 and count penalties, it will make the round more enjoyable.

It is a good course to take friends to play for their first time, or to take your kids to play.

Not my favorite course, but it scratches the disc golf itch if you can't make it anywhere else.

 Six Flags Quick Throw

1    6/7/2016   6/8/2016
Review By: Vibramterraius
Played: 37  Reviewed: 12  Exp: 5.9 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Only 6 minutes from Six Flags Amusement Park.
- Easy access from Hwy 44
- Low DG traffic at course
- Course layout leads well from parking lot
- Course layout leads back to parking lot
- Hole signs are good
- Hole lengths are fair for course size (Beginner/Family)
- Fun & Fast Played course
Cons: - Markers for natural Tee pads are hard to locate flush or recessed with ground level.
- Transition from front of course # 1 thru 4 going to back part of course #5 thru 8 was confusing could use sign there fir direction
Other Thoughts: Needing a quick throw while taking family to Six Flags. This course is only 6 minutes away from the Amusement Park. It is a quick play 9er. Fun, Clean & great for family who throws too.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 The Choo Choo Train Course!

1    10/22/2015   10/31/2015
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1418  Reviewed: 1365  Exp: 41.5 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Kircher Park is a nice little park with restrooms, playground, picnic area and a popular walking trail. It's clean, very flat and has a narrow entrance to a back half of the park that holds the final six holes of the course as well as a miniature railroad track that circles that part of the park, probably in a 1/4 mile track.

The disc gold course has natural pads. These pads are marked by two little red bricks in the grass. I found some and probably stepped over a few. They are becoming slightly worn and a little rutted through use. There are very basic metal signs. The baskets are Gateway triple chain models painted a dull red color.

The course is just slightly tougher than a Pitch & Putt variety. I would label it as an easy recreational course. The tee signs list Pars as consistent with Middle School Play so you'll be hunting for Eagles if you want to follow the listed pars on the signs. There's very little in the way of obstacles, perhaps a tree or two on most holes, making the course ideal for beginners, families, teens, wives, or us old guys.

Holes 1, 2 and 3 play in the first part of the park. Then you move to the back part of the park and play 4 thru 8 around the park and RR tracks in a counter clockwise before coming back and finishing your round with # 9 which plays back towards the parking lot and bathrooms.

Cons: The holes are kind of short and flat (average 250') with few obstacles in your way.

When train is running one Saturday a month, there will be crowds in the park.

Tee pads are not well marked.

Slightly confusing layout, crossing bridge after # 3 to get to # 4. And then crossing bridge again to get back to # 9.

Other Thoughts: Even though this little course was not particular challenging, I found it to be a pretty enjoyable little throw. It was fun chasing those eagles (#1 a 226' Par 4) if not the ACES. If you're looking for bigger challenges in your life, there's plenty of intermediate courses in the St. Louis area. If you live close and just want to catch a quick fun round, this might be the course for you!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Great for beginners

5+    9/21/2015   9/24/2015
Review By: mikesh1975
Played: 21  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 4.6 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Most of the course has nice wide open shots to the basket. The terrain is flat and grassy. The holes are well maintained.
Cons: Tees are markers in the ground and the dirt has begun to become ruts. The river is close by so course does flood.
Other Thoughts: This is what I consider my home course and have played it many times. The park is well maintained and usually not crowded. This is a great place to play for beginners/families since most of the drives are wide open. Its also a great place to practice long and mid ranges drives.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Nothing to enjoy

1    8/29/2015   8/29/2015
Review By: CatPoopie
Played: 9  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 8.9 Years
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Holes are short (REALLY SHORT)
-Good field for driving and mid-range practice.
Cons: -Not possible to play if the train is in operation.
-Terrible signage.
-ZERO variety on every hole
-Either some of the tee markers are very well hidden, or just nonexistent.
-If you throw a disc OB on hole 3, you won't get it back.
-There were a lot of people trying to use the open grassy areas near hole 9... but honestly, there isn't enough room for the people who want to enjoy the park.
Other Thoughts: -It was a very strange experience.
-Not even worth a second trip.
-"Disk Golf"?

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 Too Easy

1    8/14/2015   8/15/2015
Review By: dj3k
Played: 34  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 7.4 Years
Pros: Has restroom nearby.
Easy access off of interstate (at least east bound I-44).
Good for a quick round.
Cons: No basket to next tee signage.
The pars are way too easy for the distances and almost no obstructions.
Shots are wide open.
Holes are short.
No concrete tees.
I guess with the space they had there really aren't many trees around to work with.
The sign is mispelled "Disk Golf".

  It's a magical place...

2-4    7/27/2015   7/27/2015
Review By: cmicha
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 4.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The park is well maintained and has full service restrooms and several pavilions along with a playground. The course is pretty well marked and the baskets are in great shape. This is a great course to learn on and very accessible to families.
Cons: For those seeking a technically demanding course, this is not the place. As the tees are marked by colored bricks placed in the grass, they can be overgrown by the lawn and a challenge to find sometimes.
Other Thoughts: The back half of the course shares the field with the St. Louis Live Steamers model railroad. While we were there, the trains were running in maintenance mode and added to the ambience. They are not loud although the staff indicated on ride days (one Sat each month) that a good number of people come so congestion may be an issue at those times.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Love the One you're with

2-4    10/1/2014   10/2/2014
Review By: jasonrigler
Played: 111  Reviewed: 15  Exp: 7.1 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Short friendly, clean
nice baskets
well maintained park
beginner friendly
Cons: no teepads
not a challenging course
Other Thoughts: I just moved nearby and this course is a great for field work. It's usually empty except a few joggers. It would be nice if there were better markings and teepads and benches but I appreciate the time and effort made to put in and maintain this friendly 9er. I can go somewhere else if i want a more demanding round. Here I can practice a variety of shots without fear of losing any...

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

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