4 Helpful / 0 Not
So pumped that Georgetown has a course!
Pros: This course has one element that makes it extremely challenging--the wind.
By playing your own tee pads, you can make it a more interesting course. I used the concrete from the playground in the west corner of the park as the tee for #2 and #4. For #5, I used the road behind the tee (East Bay Dr). For #8, I used the east corner of the park (as far northeast as I could go before I hit the swampy bits).
Cons: Baskets suck.
I would like to have seen more pins extremely close to trees, protecting them.
And, of course, mosquitoes suck.
When I played, many of the vinyl tee location signs where either gone or blown to various parts of the course.
Other Thoughts: This is the worst course I've ever played... But it what matters more is that Georgetown has a course! I grew up in tha G-Funk, but didn't start playing DG until I moved to California. I was shocked when I came home and visited my mom and she told me there was a disc golf course in Georgetown. It barely passes as a "course", but still.
Anybody that complains about this course does not understand how awesome it is that Georgetown has a course.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: short course fantastic for beginners
Signs at every tee
Cons: They really should mark the baskets so you know which one your throwing to. I would also like to see some kind of markers even if it's a flag to show where the tee pad should be
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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