Eureka, MO 
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Six Flags Quick Throw

1    6/7/2016   6/8/2016
Review By: Vibramterraius
Played: 35  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 3.8 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.

 Solid 9-holer

1    3/22/2009   3/23/2009
Review By: REDARMY
Played: 40  Reviewed: 29  Exp: 9.4 Years
This review was updated on 3/26/2009
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Only accessable from one side of highway 44 as mentioned in the directions, but once you start heading the right way, there's enough signs around that you can't miss it.

No elevation to shake things up, but a good balance of hyzer/anhyzer shots (plus a tommy or two thrown in for good measure) and enough trees to make it challenging, especially from the white tees.

Baskets aren't easily identifyable with numbers on them, but they're in great shape otherwise and you should have no problem figuring out where you are throwing anyway as the course is laid out rather well. (No crossing fairways or any of that nonsense)

Natural pads, but they aren't recessed mud pits and recently had some straw strewn about on top to aid in the water extraction process.

Tee signs are detailed enough that you shouldn't have a problem figuring out where you are throwing.

Aside from the buzzing trucks on the highway behind you, the park is quiet and almost void of pedestrian traffic.

Easy enough to bring noobs/kids out to play, hard enough to give upper-level players a moderate challenge.

Cons: Righteous bathroom right in front of the parking lot, but no running water!!! Disgusting prospect in its own right, but that's got to be a health hazard the city should look into, nevermind the smells and dirty hands.

Those looking for epic elevation changes or scenic views will be wanting. The course is visually flat and boring.

There is a kiosk by the parking lot, but nothing on there mentions disc golf, and likewise no scorecards/course map/direction to send you over to the first tee.
Depending on which way you climb out of your car, you'll either see 9's basket or 1's tee first.

A sign is needed to point golfers from 3's pin over the bridge to get to hole 4, since the next tee you come upon is actually hole 9.
Other Thoughts: Worthy of the trip, and with both Unger and Watson Trails nearby, a good start or end to a day of disc golfing.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

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