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Pros: The 4 water baskets are extremely difficult on beginners and the pond behind them has eaten a lot of discs, other than that the baskets have fun hole locations.
This is the best 9 basket course I have ever played, the different starting locations of the tees make each hole unique.
The course is well maintained as it runs through Patricia Allyn Park. Grass is always cut. No thorn bushes.
Lots of areas to sit and relax. Lots of trash bins, keeps the area around the course well kept.
Cons: Only numbered tee signs, no maps or hole distances at each tee.
Tee pads should be put in as this course can stay pretty damp throughout the year.
Other Thoughts: Some good elevation changes throughout the course.
Good Variety of hole distances.
Can be a challenging course, #6-#15 are a climb. #2-#11 is a gauntlet of trees.
I always find that the back plays easier than the front.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Great wide open space,
Awesome use of trees!
Good Mandos on Hole 4.
Cons: Couldn't find Holes 7 or 9
Map was not to scale
Flags missing for most of the holes.. Hard to find many of the tees.
9 and 18 are terrifyingly close to the pond (I lost a disc!)
No maps left (had to take a picture of the one on the bulletin board with our phones).
Other Thoughts: Great playgrounds for people looking for family-friendly disc golf courses.
Outhouse Next to parking lot.
Pond is deeper than it looks!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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