Nice park course
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Pros: Tee #1 right by parking lot, fairly easy to follow course (sign indicating 3 tee box across bridge was helpful)
Good tee pads, signs, and baskets
Challenging mix of shots
Cons: Could be an issue with park traffic on the weekends
Other Thoughts: I thought the space was used well. Maybe a little forced, but a cool local course for Brighton
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Pros: - quick play course with easy parking right next to hole 1
- good concrete tee pads
- decent baskets with hole numbers
- as far as 9 holes go, this one is actually pretty challenging, several holes are over 300 feet and there are enough trees in the park to make for some obstacles
- tee signs gave you all the info you need
- navigation of the course is relatively easy
- some interesting baskets placements
Cons: - all though I played the course on a weekday morning, I could see how on the weekends and afternoons this park could get busy and end up being an issue.
- some of the fairways and baskets are some what close together making things confusing and dangerous
- there was also quite a bit of garbage and more than 1 random condom of the ground.
Other Thoughts: This course definitely was a bit of a challenge compared to what I was expecting. Most of the other 9 holes in the area are mostly putter courses. This one will actually make you use most of you bag.
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Should not be here in this multiuse park
Pros: If you want a quick round in the middle of Brighton, there is a course here.
Baskets are newer Chainstars.
Decent tee signs (the ones that aren't torn, faded, etc)
Plenty of playground area for kids to play while you get a round in.
No poisonous or dangerous plants that I saw.
Cons: Multiuse park area should have NEVER been developed as a course. Holes play over and very near walking paths, skateparks, soccer fields, playgrounds, etc. Prime example of forcing too much into an area and asking for trouble and conflicts.
Tee signs are often faded, torn, etc. And with the proximity of holes to one another, open spaces, tee sign post orientation relative to the tee, it is sometimes unclear at first exactly which basket to throw to.
Concrete tees are a weird size (5' wide, maybe 8' long) especially considering some of the longer holes on the course.
Proximity of holes to one another create a potential for errant shots to overlap, especially holes 2-3-4.
Other Thoughts: Just take a look at the pictures. This course is CRAMMED into a tiny multiuse park in the middle of a residential neighborhood.
I cant even say "'A' for effort" because IMO the use of qualified course designers should become more widely used, and course designers should have the gusto to say no to developing courses like this at this type of park.
Baskets, concrete, and signs for 9 holes probably ran a minimum of $5000-6000. Rather than forcing in more courses, money could be used to install multiple tees and multiple baskets at other local courses to achieve a wide variety of appropriate skill-based design layouts.
Considering 9 holes, lackluster terrain, overcrowded area, this is definitely a passable course.
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Pros: -Very well kept park.
-Trees, water hazards and a skate park provide many obstacles to make some holes more of a challenge.
-Concrete tee pads.
-Well marked with signs.
-Free score cards / maps on location.
- 9 holes making it great for a quick round or two. (Also a con)
Cons: -The park is very busy on weekends and people picnic right next to baskets or on the fairway.
- Not much elevation change / fairly flat.
- Only 9 holes makes for very short rounds and leaves me wanting more.
Other Thoughts: This course is my home course being only a few minutes from my front door. It's a great very well kept park with plenty of trees and a lot of shade for these hot summer days. The trees and a little creek running along the east side (holes 2,3 and even 4 if you have an arm and get too far right) provide just enough challenge for more skilled players while not being too much for a beginner. There are also a couple good ace runs here that players of all skill levels can hit with a perfect throw. The course is well designed and easy to navigate around the outside of the park with almost no backtracking to get to the next tee except for the last hole that ends in the middle of the park.
The only bad things about this course are the fact it's so short with only 9 holes and the fact it's a very busy multi use park. I've had to skip multiple holes on weekends due to people setting up right on the fairway or even next to the basket. Still, I try to make it there as much as I can on week days as its a very fun, very clean and we'll kept park.
A fun round of 9 holes
Pros: - pretty solid course layout
- concrete tees
- this course has signage, wayfinding, and free course maps!
- easy to medium course difficulty
Cons: - only 9 holes fit onsite here
- avoid peak park hours - this park can get very busy with lots of activities/people around
- there's a par 2 hole, which I always think is stupid
Other Thoughts: I'll start by saying that I love a good manicured park course, nothing against the good old Colorado native courses, but park courses are my favorite. Most of the holes are intelligently designed with average difficulty and different strategies/approaches in mind, however with one or two holes you risk losing a disk due to water and private property fence hazards, and I personally think the holes play a little too close too them, but as long as you are smart with your shot, you should be fine. The course is only 9 holes so it's tough to decide whether to penalize a course for that or not - I would summarize by saying that it does make use of the park land that is available and only 9 holes fit comfortably here so it does makes sense. Overall, I had a good time playing here and worth a visit - just try to avoid peak park hours as kids soccer/baseball/skateboard/badmitton/bocce/ practice is everywhere as well as dog walking through the course, people taking naps on the course, etc. - your typical park activities so just take note of that possibility.
Good for a 9 hole course
Pros: All grass with cement tees (I prefer cement) and decent signage. Baskets are in great condition. Has a variety distances with some water in play on holes 2-3. Nice park.
Cons: Park has a lot of activity besides disc golf at times weekends can get very busy and sometimes picnickers will be in the way... not a huge problem. It is only a 9 hole course.
Other Thoughts: Has some big trees that can come into play, has a practice basket and is a nice park.
Fun, short, park course!
Pros: I used to play this course a lot and it is fun! Not much elevation but good length variety. Placement among trees is brilliant and makes it challenging, even on the short holes. Good park for families and pets. One of the better 9 holes in the metro area.
Cons: No elevation changes. A lot of park visitors and school kids, so make sure shot paths are clear before you throw. Wish it would expand down the creek to get to 15 or 18. Only two holes with length enough to air out.
Other Thoughts: Fun 9 hole for quick plays or going out with the family. Novice friendly, but also has some challenging lines for more advanced players. Watch out for park visitors, though. They can get in the way and are not what I would call friendly. BE CAREFUL if school is in session.
Nice Course, Worth a stop
Pros: Nice longer tees than other courses in the area. Go early in the morning (before 11) to avoid crowds. Course layout easy to follow, with nice variety of open and obstacle areas. Cement tees and well groomed park.
Cons: By skate park where no skateboarders can actually do anything.
Other Thoughts: Potential water hazard on two of your shots. This isn't really a problem at all as you have plenty of room/air-space to avoid water.
Pros: Fun short course. Good for any level of player. Introduced a few players to the sport at this course. Layout is good and easy to follow.
Cons: Park can be very cramped at times. A wild throw can be dangerous to other park patrons.
Other Thoughts: Like others have said, course doesn't wrap up back at 1. However, I am going to start playing back to the practice basket at the recommendation of others. Could be fun.
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Pros: +Nice concrete pads of an adequate size for this length of course
+Probably won't lose a disc here unless you find the ditch when there's water in it. There still is chance for retrieval if it goes in.
+Pretty decent shot variation here for a city park. Nothing is too long or too short but all the holes felt a little different. There were some trees that forced shots and the trees were often close to basket or tee.
+Decent signage on every hole. Plenty easy to find your way around. Signs included course diagram, distance, hole #.
+Some ace runs opps here.
+Clean and well maintained
+Intermediate level course that won't be too hard for a beginner or too boring for a better player.
Cons: -Definitely some conflicts with other park users. Nothing too dangerous but a wild shot could hit a non-disc golfer.
-Course doesn't quite loop back to start. Other reviewers have mentioned playing back to practice basket and that gets you pretty close and adds a hole.
-Probably could be pretty busy as it is a fun course and there's not any better courses too close.
-Could be windy as this course is kind of on the edge of the prairie.
Other Thoughts: -This is one of those park courses that I can't really think of a lot of cons but at the same time, it is hard to give it any more than that 2.5-3 rating.
-This is a solid park style course. It had a decent fun factor for me with some trees and some ace runs.
-This course is worth a stop if you are in the area. It won't be super challenging but could provide a bit of fun. It won't waste a lot of your day if you don't enjoy yourself for some reason.
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