Kennewick/Finley, WA 
Two Rivers Park DGC Share
Uploaded By: chevis Hole #5 (Taken 11/2017)
4 / 278ft.   3 / 278ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #5 Basket to Tee

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 2 rivers review

2-4    8/22/2009   8/23/2009
Review By: Jodabro
Played: 10  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 8.9 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Very well managed grass and grounds.
Water fountains, and garbage bins throughout course.
Baskets are very well placed along trees for tough entry if not approached right. Bases were a smart construction for easy movement and are sturdy
Family park envirement with swimming, bbq pits, and boating all around you.
Course is a good mix of short par 2's to two long par 5's (600ft or alt 800ft pads)
Only have had a few holes with areas to lose discs, most can be found easily with spotters paying attention to where you landed. Also the shore line on some holes can be walked on to find discs in the brush between the fairway and water.
Tee pads are top of the line rubber pads, nice and level. Some raised to create change in the course layout. No slip while throwing.
Mando signs hung high on trees for easy sight
Cons: Only cons I have found is the closeness of some fairways, you need to pay attention to other players often.
Second con take extra shoes and clothes if you need to wade in after a disc

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 A Gem of a Course

1    8/13/2009   8/13/2009
Review By: Ewb46
Played: 16  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 8.7 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Course is set in a very nicely maintained park that wraps around a cove off the Columbia River. Very well manicured trees and grass throughout the park. The mando signs are placed on the trees in highly visible spots and did I mention they are signs not spray painted on. There is plenty of wildlife along the course. squirrels, birds, frogs, Birds of prey, and ducks/geese. There is a nesting box by the pin for hole 4. Course is well laid out and pretty easy to follow. The tee pads are pretty amazing. When the made this course they obviously took the time to build level tee pads. Baskets are very visible with the corresponding number on top of it. A very solid mix of Short and long holes. Their is very little elevation on the course but just enough to say it is not all flat. Plenty of opportunity to lose your disc in the water or in brush along the holes that are on the edge of the course. I am notorious for losing discs and I came out safe. Although I came close. There are restrooms on site that are located between the front and back 9. Plenty of garbage cans, and water fountains located through out the course. Very clean and I saw no garbage on the course. props to the crew that take care of the place. There is a trailer that in between the front and back 9 where you can find a putting green and the lost and found box for discs. There is a pencil and scorecard available and a coin box to buy them on the honor system.
Cons: Temporary signs they are very informative and do their job, but they are not very esthetically pleasing. No sign pointing you to hole 1 from the parking lot. Once you find it it is a duh moment. Eastern Washington wind enough said. It was tough coming up with items I didn't like about this course.
Other Thoughts: Most of the course is in the open so bring water and sunscreen because summers in the tri cities can be hot. This course is fun for everyone and can cater to all skill levels. If you want to make it a family trip or picnic and a round there are play toys and public grills through out the course. Saw plenty of people fishing around the cove seems to be a very nice multi purpose park.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

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