1 Helpful / 3 Not
OK for a litch and put.
Pros: Concrete tees. Water comes into play for bad players who can't aim.
Cons: The only thing I really did not like was that on hole #3, the parking lot came into play. There was a couple of cars that could of been hit. After I threw, I walked a head and blocked any chance of the cars being hit by the people I was playing with. Hole number one and two were separated from the rest. There are on the other side of the rail road tracks.
Other Thoughts: The baskets were so close, I never got to use my "Nuke". I had to use a mid range disk and barely throw it or I had to use a putter to make it more challenging.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Dog owners beware
Pros: Conveniently to all of the locals.
Good for a short practice/warm up round before a tournament in town.
Not a lot of traffic.
Cons: A bit confusing in layout.
As previously mentioned there are extra tee pads which will serve to confuse.
Dogs are only allowed in the park where holes 3-9 are. Don't venture into holes 1-2 with your animal as the fines are steep.
Other Thoughts: Local fishing folks are always there. They cause no harm, but can be in play on errant throws on a few holes. Hole #9 is a bit tricky when the water level is high and consumes most of the green.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Don't go out of your way for this one
Pros: New discatchers. Good cement tees.
The course is in an attractive setting adjacent to a small lake. The hole difficulties are appropriate for a beginner course and the course will likely attract some new players to the game. The holes that are near the water have a good deal of "bail-out" area so that beginners aren't forced to lose their plastic.
Holes 3-9 provide a good challenge for new players and a bit of technical practice for more experienced players.
Cons: Routing issues:
The course starts near the baseball fields in one park and after two holes players must walk down to the main road, over the railroad tracks and over to an adjacent park.
Holes 6-7-8 are a dead end loop. Following hole 8, players must walk back against the grain of hole 5 to hole 9's tee. Hole 9 ends in the middle of the second park. Following hole 9, players must backtrack past hole 4-3-2 to get back to the starting point.
I'd recommend parking near hole 3 and skipping hole 1 and 2 altogether.
Hole 1 crosses a park road.
Hole 2 plays entirely down a park road with the basket just off the road.
Hole 3 has a park dirt road down the left and a picnic area behind the basket. Hole 4 has a park dirt road down the left and a parking area behind the basket.
The tee signs are placed such that they touch the back or sides of the tee pads and are a trip hazard in some instances.
Hole 9's tee pad is in play on hole 5.
Just plain weird: There are some random cement tee pads scattered around the course in weird places.
Evidently they are the remnants of an aborted course design.
Other Thoughts: The word is that originally the designer had some insanely unsafe 18 hole layout that used the two parks mentioned plus some additional, adjacent land on the water treatment property. Fortunately, Innova East responded to the problem by sending down a designer to salvage the project. This individual did the best they could given the park constraints. In my honest opinion, however, this is another example of a course that probably shouldn't have gone in the ground.
Remember: Don't be a dirty disc golfer. If you pack it in, pack it out!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: New Course with new Discatcher Pros with Concrete pads. 3 of the holes require some fine control to make a birdies, while the lengths are short there are tight lines that require fine control. 3 of the holes are close enough to water that errant throws could cost you a disc.
Hollyland is a course that plays very quickly, most pads are close to the last pin.
Cons: Since it a new course the locals that fish in the canal are still parking on the fairway for hole 4. There is no signage other than pad markers showing the hole number. There are also pads that were poured before the course was finalized near were pins are now located which can be confusing.
Other Thoughts: The pad for hole 1 is located at the corner of the baseball field. Hole 2 plays over the entrance way to the park. After clearing hole 2 walk to the street and cross the Train tracks you will come to pad 3, which is right off the sidewalk.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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