6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great course, excellent use of elevation. This course is challenging, with out getting frustrating. This in my top 5 courses. I have trouble with "tunnel" holes that follow a narrow path through trees, this course doesn't have any of them.
Cons: The creek and dry creek beds make a serious challenge. My brother in law scored a 7 on a par 3 because his putts rolled 40 feet down a hill every time he missed. Be ready for some tough shots.
Other Thoughts: Most courses I've played the back nine seems harder. This course it seems the front nine has more of the challenges, and the back nine is some long holes with some nice open shots, good tree placement.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
13 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Elevation!! which is rare in this area.
big park, long drives
several shots over creek
best park in the nacogdoches area
Cons: needs better signs, im a local so i know where to go but if its your first time you will definately get confused, partially because the sign pics are way off!!
LONG walks between some holes
walk from 18 to parking lot at 1. bring extra bottle of water, tent, build campfire...yea its that far!!
in the ghetto. not very nice area of town, but have never ran into any trouble, have seen a couple cops stroll through occasionaly.
Other Thoughts: this is probably the best course in the area. it is definitely the hardest, longest, most techinical(creeks).
awesome course to play!!
bring a bottle of water and your hiking boots because this ones a long walk.
IF YOU PLAY WITH MORE THAN ONE PERSON HAVE ONE PERSON PARK AT HOLE 1 AND ONE AT HOLE 18. trust me
***********LOCK your car.**************
13 of 15 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 1 Not
Great elevation for the Texas/Louisiana area
Pros: Lots of elevation if you like that. My favorite was hole 3, very nice elevation help for short arms like me. A good number of trees but there are multiple ways to play each
shot from the tee. A creek in play on several holes. Well kept by the locals who are very friendly and care about their course a lot. Good variety of length. This course is very challenging, especially for low level players like me. Yet it is still fair and fun to play if you don't get too discouraged or embarrassed. Good baskets, safe park but not a real busy or walker infested park. Another solid course 3 miles away(Pecan Acres).
Cons: Back nine was a little soggy in places. Not enough trash cans. hole 1 and 18 are not even close to each other, but that's parking and not really the course..
Other Thoughts: This course is a real gem. They told me that a 36 hole setup is in the works which when done will make Nacogdoches an o utstanding disc golf destination with 4 high quality courses. I was told that the new courses will be wooded with elevation and possibley water hazards!!
7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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