Aberdeen, WA 
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Uploaded By: puaahunter Hole #4 (Taken 7/2009)
3 / 264ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee

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 Great Amateur Course

5+    9/22/2012   9/25/2012
Review By: KD77
Played: 3  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 5.1 Years
Pros: Family friendly course in a wooded park setting. Many changes have been completed on the course since some of these reviews were posted. My whole family can play this course. Course is designed well to create a challenge if you are just a beginner or have been playing for years. Array of hole types from open, to wooded to uphill.
Cons: It is a park so you have to pay attention to other users. I haven't had any issues with this.
Other Thoughts: Tee pads and baskets are great. Signs at each tee show an aerial view of the hole and yardage.

 New 9 Hole Course Near The Pacific!

2-4    2/13/2009   2/13/2009
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1167  Reviewed: 1115  Exp: 39.4 Years
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The course is located in the lower section of a nice city park with towering Cedar and Douglas Fir trees. The park is probably only 6 acres. The first tee is right by the giant silver bell! There is some elevation to throw up and down. The baskets are brand new Disc Catchers. The tee pads are small, asphalt ones but they work well here. It has metal signs which show par and distance with an aerial photo. This course has a monopoly as the next nearest course is 21 miles away. I would like to congratulate the course designer(s. Don't be fooled by the short distances on most of the holes. They are all well very thought out, most offer multiple flightpaths to the baskets. # 1 basket is seen as a straight shot through the trees but the more advantageous shot is an anhyser throw over the ditch. A roller on # 4 looks to be the shot of choice but I could see a strong player throwing a high overhand tomahawk of some kind. Many of the holes will make you think about your shot choice.
Cons: Just a couple of small cons. On # 9, the preferred path on the sign shows an almost 90 degree anhyser shot around some shubbery but I could see some players cutting the corner and shooting almost straight to the basket. I'd make this a mando around the corner to protect the integrity of the hole. And a small peeve of mine, # 6 is a 274' uphill hyser shot with an uphill sloping teepad. Why can't we make these teepads level?
Other Thoughts: This is not a destination course but it's an extremely well designed one. And despite it's relatively short distances, it's not particularly easy. Stop by if you're on your way to our Washington beaches. You might be disappointed in our cold, gray beaches but you won't be disappointed with this course.

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