4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pretty Much Extinct
Pros: They apparently had a course here at one point in time, so people know about disc golf.
Cons: -Only 6 baskets, all in rough shape
-No tees or markings of any sort
-No obvious course maintenance of any kind
Other Thoughts: If you want to come here and design a little safari course, you may even struggle to do that. This is just six baskets randomly speckled around campus property, with no rhyme or reason at all. There aren't signs or defined tees anywhere and most of the pin positions in the woods don't seem to have much of a discernible fairway to throw on either, except for the only walking path. Don't waste your time here, go to Hilltop or Kincaid. I'm going to mark this course as extinct.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Avoid at all costs.
Cons: Garbage everywhere, no maps, no markers, no tee pads, *NO BASKETS.* I found maybe 5 baskets. The administration/owners/whomever obviously just does not care. This is a first, but I think that this course should just go away unless someone steps up and puts some serious $$$ and work into it.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Very short course. Good option if short on time. Great place to practice shots. Great variety of wide open and tight holes.
Cons: Tees aren't marked. Hole order isn't given either. Since it's a public park, people could be having a get-together, making it hard to play around them.
Other Thoughts: Just make up the order, or follow people playing ahead.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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