Decent Little Tone Course
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Tee pads marked with posts, intuitively laid out, easy to navigate between holes even without a map.
- Good quality tones in good shape.
- Good drainage in spite of being on a slope, not a bad wet weather course, doesn't get as mucky as other courses due to canopy and litter on forest floor.
- Lots of parking, year round course, shouldn't have any access issues with it.
- You're probably not going to lose discs on this course unless you put it in the creek and the disc gets carried away. I'm confused by a previous reviewer who said to bring discs you're willing to part with. Wide open forest floor and short holes = hard to lose.
- Interesting lines on a few shots with the trees, good use of space.
- You don't really have to worry about the general public/walkers for most of the course, other than the couple baskets at the front around the tennis courts.
Cons: - Holes are tightly packed together. If the course were busy it might be a little crazy to play.
- Tee pads are well marked, but three tee pads per hole is overkill as others have stated and the three tee pads (in most cases) aren't far enough part to change the line or significantly alter the difficulty of the tee off. They typically just add 30 feet or whatever.
- The course lists a bunch of the holes as Par 4s, but none of the holes should be more than a Par 3.
Other Thoughts: Not a destination course. Play Langley (best course in the area by a long ways) or Mission before this one. That said, a fun little tone course if it's on your way or if you've got a bucket list. Great place to practice midrange lines around trees.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: great tee boxes, the tonal's are clearly labeled. three tee boxes make for different skill levels. bring a map to make sense of the closely-packed course.
Cons: too closely packed together. at one point you can see 8 tee boxes, 4 tonals/baskets. it's also a pretty short course - could walk it in very little time.
Other Thoughts: a good 'community' course - wouldn't make a day trip out of it. its something to do if you live in the area and no one is around, otherwise you will be tripping over any other players or visitors to the park.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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