Above average 9-hole course
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Nice variety of holes and throws for such a limited space
- good kiosk map
- easy to find
Cons: - natural tees
- neglected/damaged tee signs
Other Thoughts: I played this course only because I was in the area and it was easy to get to. For an open-field 9-hole course, it was better than I expected. Elevation challenges, multiple throw challenges, a few obstacles and some distance shots.
A good casual round. Nothing all that challenging but not a lame hole-to-hole course either.
The park is on a busy main street, so there is zero seclusion. But you'll only be near the other park goers near hole #1, which runs next to the skate ramps. After that the course is in exclusive land.
The tees signs were nice, but most of the signs were damaged and missing the sign maps. However, you do not need much imagination to figure out this course layout.
There was a bit of trash all along the course, a shame for such a tiny park. Then again, it was so close to city streets it might just have blown in!
This is a typical multi-use park course, not a destination course. But the designers tried to do something cool with what they had to work with, and I think they succeeded.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Not The Worst Course Ever...
Pros: Decent length
Variety of shots
Good for practice certain shot types and working on techniques
Cons: The park is pretty trashed
Bunch of homeless camps in the river/swamp
Skaters are really annoying and feel the need to check out your discs
Other Thoughts: Good course to play if you're short on time and want to get a quick round in.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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