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Only the young?
Pros: This course is wheelchair accessible. It has a beautifully maintained turf, and is perfectly flat. It is mostly open with scattered young trees. Not many discs will get lost here! Tee signs showing distance and par are at each tee. The flow is intuitive and easy to follow. It could be a real good introductory course with good signage.
Cons: This is an uninteresting course! It is flat and has zero elevation change. The trees are young and rather small.
The park facilities close for the winter.
The tee signs do little to show direction of play or obstacles on the hole. The assigned pars are "old school" and only appropriate for novice/recreational players, if at all. At a green level I would estimate scoring averages of 2.5 to 3.5. Advanced players should get dueces on more than half the holes.
The tees are marked only by the sign post - no tee pads or lines.
The tee for hole #6 is placed unsafely directly behind the goal for hole #5.
Other Thoughts: As a young park with young trees, it will improve as it matures. Although the park road was closed for the winter, I parked at the barrier and played beginning with hole #9. Experienced players will find it easy to play around, but have little incentive to go there to play. Newbies who this course will benefit the most will not find much help on how to play in the first place.
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