Moore, OK 
Randall DGC Share
Uploaded By: YoDesigner Hole #8 (Taken 3/2010)
3 / 291ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #8 Tee

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 Short and Sweet

5+    8/15/2016   6/14/2010
Review By: MiketheGoalie
Played: 81  Reviewed: 42  Exp: 14.2 Years
This review was updated on 8/17/2016
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easy to navigate. Quick to play. You can literally see almost the entire course from any tee. Good use of elevation. Only one real area of woods to eat your discs. Plenty of open holes and opportunities to try shots and approaches. Signs on all but three holes. Well maintained grounds though the tee boxes and baskets could use some additional weed-eating. Not busy at all. Plenty of birdie opportunities. The footbridge that crosses @ 4 has been replaced/repaired and is much more stable.
Cons: Short. Only one or two holes with anything approaching a challenging length.

The course is located on the grounds of a Baptist college (named Randall University as of August 2016) so you may have to wait as the course crosses sidewalks between buildings. Not a huge issue and not a problem on weekends or evenings for the most part. Also watch for the soccer field in use around #6.

Natural tee boxes aren't really a negative for such a short course, but some might not like them.

The bog that is a little in play on #2 and really in play on #4 and #9 holes is full of high weeds and isn't mowed as often so it grows in size every time there is a hard rain. Borderline stagnant water makes for less than appealing smell when you go to retrieve you disc.Watch for ticks in the dead tree near #9 too. Only had one occurrence in multiple plays, but still...
Other Thoughts: Great course to get in a round during a lunch break and still have time to eat. No "traffic" so you can take your time and practice if you want. Closest course to me or my work, so I'll there often to work on drives and mids and can empty the bag without fear of holding up groups.

8 of 9 people found this review helpful.

 Not a 2

1    5/13/2010   5/13/2010
Review By: Roc1Time
Played: 131  Reviewed: 118  Exp: 19.9 Years
8 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. This is a beginner friendly course that is worth the stop if you are in the area. There is nobody out playing so you can play at your own pace and practice different shots if you like. The course is pretty open allowing many different lines to most pins. The elevation is used pretty well here even though there isnt much of it and despite the fact that the course description says that it is flat.There are tee signs on every hole except 6 and the natural tees are marked by wood posts. The course seems well taken care of and there is no vandalism or trash on the grounds. The baskets seem to be in good shape as well.
Cons: The "marsh" in the middle is nasty but shouldnt really come into play. No trash cans out there but someone must lean up because there isnt any there. The criss crossing of the course could be a big deal if there were a bunch of people playing and there are a couple of baskets placed in the line of other holes.
Other Thoughts: Good course for newcomers to get out and practice without getting caught in the crowd that forms in Norman and in the city. Easy access and there are no places to lose plastic.

8 of 10 people found this review helpful.

 Not bad... Fast Play a +

1    3/16/2010   3/23/2010
Review By: DG_Wizard
Played: 20  Reviewed: 20  Exp: 15.2 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The convenience of this course is nice. Like others said, on the Frontage Road of I-35 (West side) between 19th and Indian Hills (right about 34th). It is behind the Free Will Baptist College. This course is not overly difficult. it is a nice change of pace to the 3 courses in Norman. There is no waiting here. It makes for fast play, and there aren't many people out there. Signs are old but decent. This course is not hard to follow. For being such a small course, there are a variety of shots and elevations used. #6 lets you rip a big drive, but most of the other holes are relatively short. It looks as though it is somewhat kept up.
Cons: No concrete tees. The "ditch" throughout the middle of the course is nasty. It reeks something fierce. Avoid it at all costs. This course is short. Many may find it to not be a great challenge. There aren't many trees, and it is open enough to have multiple lines/lanes to the baskets. It is not technical enough to matter whether you throw forehand or backhand. Can get VERY muddy with a bit of rain.
Other Thoughts: I love that there is no traffic here. Stay out of the marsh on #4. Lion's, Griffin, and Colonial all back up at times. This course does not. Not a big "wish list" course, but worth the time if interested in a quick and quiet round.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Simple course

1    3/13/2010   3/15/2010
Review By: YoDesigner
Played: 36  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 27 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is easy to access right off I-35 in Moore, on the WEST side of the freeway, south of 19th ST exit.. Good signage, (except for #6). Good baskets. I played on a Saturday, and the course was pretty empty. Good place to warm up or to somewhat satisfy the urge to play DG. I think this course is good for a beginner to build some confidence. The only obstacle is the mucky creek that runs through the course, but if you can throw accurate, this won't be a problem for you.
Cons: Most baskets and tee's are too close to one another, especially the first half of course (this is very bad especilly if the course was busy. One portion of the course has 2 baskets and 2 tees within about 80' of one another.) Tee sign #6 is missing and that is the only one that has the basket hidden from view from the tee pad (this basket is past the soccer field mound). Nasty creek does not have very good drainage. Wear water proof shoes to keep your feet dry (may be better during the hot summer with dryer ground). No trash cans visibly pressent.
Other Thoughts: This course is not a 'must play' course, but it is still fun to play if you want to catch a quick game.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.


1    2/15/2010   2/15/2010
Review By: okiebullgod
Played: 82  Reviewed: 14  Exp: 12 Years
5 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This course is on the I-35 service road between Indian Hills Road and 19th street. It's very accessable. You can see two of the baskets from I-35. It's not a crowded course (there were no other golfers). The course also has good DGA baskets.
Cons: The biggest con is the slew that runs the length of the course. It's been really wet lately and it's mucky. 7 of the holes are too short. Less than 200'. You also throw over student walking paths, but they're not very busy as this is a tiny school.
Other Thoughts: The first tee is directly behind the campus. The college is the brick building with a green tin roof.

5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 A decent warm up course.

5+    11/1/2009   2/1/2010
Review By: Dan H.
Played: 81  Reviewed: 24  Exp: 13.3 Years
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The course is short and relatively easy. I have played there several times and I have hardly ever seen any other golfers out there so, if you want to play an undisturbed round I would recommend this course. Hole 5 is the only 300+ foot long hole with a right dog-leg. It is considered a par 4 according to the sign you will find on the ground, next to the sign post. It's worth checking out if you are like me and want to play as many courses as you can or if you want to play an easy and short 9 hole course to warm up on your way to a good course in Oklahoma City or Norman.
Cons: This course could use some concrete tees. There aren't very many obstacles except for a few trees and on hole 7 it's pretty easy to hit the dorm building. They need to re-fasten some of the tee signs. The muddy semi-stream running through the middle of the course is pretty annoying. Also, my friends and I have lost several discs in the tall grass around the marsh on hole 4. Make sure you DO NOT throw your disc in this area. Hole 7 has you throwing right across a walking path and sometimes the students can get in the way, and I don't think the majority of them are very familiar with disc golf.

8 of 9 people found this review helpful.

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