Still not there
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great course for a nature walk. It's in the woods, very scenic and plenty of variation. It's close to Oxford, easy to find. Baskets are good, concrete pads, etc. But...
Cons: This course, while having been improved lately, still suffers from the environment. As mentioned, many holes simply have no line to the basket. You are forced to throw in the general direction of the basket and hope you have a line. The look from A to B pads is very different but not any better. While I applaud the efforts, it still is not fun to play here. If it were possible, some trees could be removed to create lines to the baskets that would add challenge. This is the classic situation. While a disc golf course in the woods is cool, this is simply a course in the woods. It could be great but right now it's simply tiring.
Other Thoughts: I don't know if it being a state park prevents the improvements that this course desperately needs but I'd like to see them happen. The course could be great but is not right now. It's not a question of hitting trees but of which tree to hit because you will hit trees.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 7 Not
I'll try it again later
Pros: The 1st 7 Holes
Cons: All the other holes
Other Thoughts: This course seemed very run down. I know it's November so maybe it's out of season. From what I understand it's still a work in progress, but it has potential so I may try it again down the road.
But for now I was definitely disappointed. If they can get the last 3 quarters of the course anywhere close to the 1st part of the course than I'll give it a 4 rating
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