2 Helpful / 0 Not
Not many 6ers out there
Pros: -A nice park with volleyball, garbage cans, picnic tables, and of course disc golf! It is well maintained and the grass is green.
-It has carpets for tee pads that are surprisingly grippy and effective, especially for the length of this course.
-Good layout and flow for the size of this tiny park with the exception of one complaint which will be listed below. It was surprisingly lengthy and challenging for being so small.
-Due to this course being only 6 holes and to the abundance of courses in the area this course is not busy at all. I played 2 rounds in about 30 minutes and only saw one other guy on the course.
-Some good ace runs.
-Good for practicing, or for playing a very quick round, or for introducing younger people to the sport.
Cons: -Some of the rough to the North could devour your disc. It looked wet and unpleasant. You also could put a disc on the road in a few places, one is a busy road.
-The hole 6 basket is right in front of the tee for hole 1.
-It is only 6 holes.
Other Thoughts: This course is set on a very small, less than ideal piece of land. The layout is quite good for what they have and isn't just a very short pitch and putt. I enjoyed my couple of rounds here and I would encourage you to give it a shot too. Even if you don't like it, it would only be about 15 minutes of your time. Stop by Edora Park for sure in FoCo and for discs, maps, etc stop by Wright Life in Old Town.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
A small quick six.
Pros: The park is well maintained and an excellent little retreat for the neighboring apartment complex. Tee boxes are numbered without distances and have a nailed down carpet to tee from. The pin are in good condition and are numbered as well. The park is very open, so you'll have an easy line of sight to all baskets as well as people moving along to walking path on the north side. A few holes have a couple of good lines and tunnels, and even play some water danger left of #3 pin. Since you won't be fighting other golfers, this is a good place to bring the family or teach first timers the game.
BEST HOLE/S: #5
Cons: With six relatively short holes, this course is meant for only casual play and practice. Holes play on top of each other, so if other golfers are in the area give fair warning. There is also a basketball and volleyball court that, when in use - would effectively take #2 out of play. There are also no real challenging holes, but this is taken with a grain of salt considering the small plot of land the course is on.
WORST HOLE/S: #4
I have played a number of similar small neighborhood courses, and while they will never kill it in the rating system - they are great for what they are designed to accomplish. It's a family park and family style course - meant for learning, practicing, and enjoying a quick casual round. It's no Edora Park
caliber course, but as long as you understand what this course was meant for - then serves it's purpose well.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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