5 Helpful / 3 Not
Love This Course
Pros: I love this course, so my review may be a bit biased.
Various pars and hole lengths
Various levels of wooded holes, ranging from not very, to wildly wooded.
Great Variety of shots, so you can test every shot in your bag if you want an optimal round.
Has multiple pins for most of the holes
Has multiple teepads for holes, one set of concrete, one set of pavers.
Trashcan on almost every hole
Plenty of parking
All those lovely wind gaps in the woods to make for a bit more difficulty
The rough is rough, no lucky kicks back into the fairway if you shank a shot.
There is a front 9, then a walk to the back 9 so you can pass by your vehicle to refill your water/snacks/discs/towels etc
Pretty good spots for picnics after round
Lots of Shade
Not too much traffic through the course, so not much if any graffiti or anything like that.
The Town takes care of the property the course is on, so it's often looks fantastic, the course is somewhat maintained by them and DDC. Not often is it unplayable conditions, sometimes it's a bit hairy, but never terrible.
There are some berries on the course if you want a snack.
No crossing fairways which is always a plus.
Only 15-20 minutes from Ideal Discs
Cons: There is some cacti but to be fair, it's in Texas, so that shouldn't be a con, just expected.
On the weekends, the dirt bike trails are active, so holes 5-6-7 can be loud.
Other Thoughts: I really do love the course, both for it's difficulty and the park itself. It's not just some infatuation of bias. If you haven't played here, grab your $2 to get in the park, and go play it!
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