1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 6 baskets, playground for the kids, store for Beer, Soda, Lunch within throwing distance Plenty of trees to get in the way but not overwhelming.
Cons: Hard to navagate, no sings, no par info no teepads what sings there is is spraypainted on trees making the park look worse then it is
Other Thoughts: Could be a nice little warm up for Riverfront or Whistlers Bend with some work the playgorund could get in the way if a lot of kids were around but if you brought your own kids you could let them play and see them from anywhere on the course
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 1 Not
Well, at least it has baskets
- It has baskets
- Lots of trees but no brush
- Not marked well
- No tee pads
Supposedly, this course has 6 baskets with three tee placements each, making a total of 18 "holes." But when you get there, there's no sign or kiosk announcing the course, just the six baskets in seemingly random locations. I saw no teepads, no buried 2x4's, no colored stones on the ground, nothing. The only way to tell where you're supposed to throw is numbers spray-painted on trees, in varying hard-to-see colors. (The highest number I saw was 16, so assumably these are indeed the launch areas.)
The park has some potential as a short course (the photos give a good feel for the open yet tree-filled terrain), but it really needs to be easier to follow. Even if they don't want to commit to installing teepads, a map or permanent signs would go a long way toward making this a worthwhile stop.
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