Extremely short but not terrible
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Pros: Decent layout, cute park with easy access, solid equipment
Cons: Course plays way too short to be all that interesting. Plenty of people around usually.
Other Thoughts: Fun course if you're local but not really worth a trip or anything. The designers of the course did what they could with what they had available.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Welcome to Cornhole!!!!!
Pros: This is quick nine holes which can be nice if you're on a time limit.
They did have restrooms on both ends of the park and that the north end there was a children's play area which can be good if you have kids
The local cronies are very nice and respectful
Cons: The park is maintained pretty well but they tend to lack on trash cans.
The baskets need to revamp seems like they've been there for 10+ years. They are looking very Used and crooked.
Navigation around the park is kind of difficult but once you do it once or twice you get the hang of it.
Lots of Fairweather flyers especially when the sun comes out which causes a bunch of waits at the T pad which can be annoying
Other Thoughts: Well this is my home park is the closest one to where I live it's not bad for intermediate players it is definitely a good pitch and putt course if you want to stretch out the arm you will find yourself driving down south.
Hopefully they will upgrade the baskets in the park soon and figure out a better layout and the more complex and diverse driving range
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Where i first got my feet wet
Pros: Great beginner course
Nice cobblestone tee pads
Pro tee pads arnt offical but add extra diff.
you can shoot 9 from the hill across the field for a bonus down hill run
Cons: way to crowded
No epic long looks except the bonus 10
1 really easy pitch and put
again with the crowd...
Other Thoughts: My home course is NSRA so im used to much more seclusion. Although i used to live on victor st in Bellingham and first got my feet wet at this course, it dosnt really do it for me anymore. If i want technical tplay i just go to Lake Stevens, Bellingham is desperate for an awesome world class Discgolf course though. The people are awesome and the disc community is thriving there i hope they get their "NSRA"
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun Jaunt in the Evergreens
Pros: This course resides underneath a massive canopy of fir trees. The layout for the 9 hole course is short and a mix of fairly open fairways, but has 4 sharp doglegs. Nearly all the holes are aceable which really adds to the fun. The huge trees will keep you dry in the rain too. I played with a couple of nice locals who became very useful in finding hole #6 (see cons below). The tee pads are gritty brick tile that are well constructed, mildly sloped for drainage, and decent overall.
Cons: The course can get quite crowded in the afternoons, and having an extra nine holes would sure help alleviate this. The flow is quite good until you try to find #6 tee. It must be a quarter mile walk down the other road in the park, and it's unsigned. If I hadn't been playing with locals, this would have really put a dent in my attitude. So, the course could really use some "next tee" signs and some signs on the teepads. The local club does not post maps on the website- this is badly needed!
Other Thoughts: Overall, I found this an enjoyable layout and would reccomend it if you are in Bellingham. Go early in the day or when it's raining to try and avoid crowds.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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