The downhill slide continues
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Pros: Well, it's a course, with baskets. Easy to get to off of I-65 and in a safe location behind the church. I think that's about it!
Cons: First time I think I have seen these Spiderweb 3 baskets, judging from their thin chains and metal and overall design, I think I know why I haven't seen them before.
There are some small wooden "tee signs", but they can't be read and most are missing. There is a piece of wood in the ground marking most tees, you just have to guess where it is from the map.
Lots of trash on the course, especially in the ditch along #2 and #3. Very windy the day I was there, blowing trash from the nearby fast food places and the highway.
There is a pond in play on #4, but since the trees have grown up in the tee side and the green side and the basket is only a few feet past the pond, I wasn't losing plastic on this course, I skipped it.
The grass was pretty long the day I was there, not sure how often it is mowed.
Other Thoughts: I like the idea of the church putting in the course for the members and perhaps students for PE class. But this course hasn't been taken care of for so long, the baskets are in bad shape and the risk of losing discs on a few holes make it a tough play.
Most of the holes are just across the open, mostly flat field behind the church, not a lot to work with here.
This one is only worth your time if you are bagging courses and want a quick stop off I-65 (and not far from 465!).
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Going downhill fast
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Pros: Well, it is a course at an elementary school, so it will introduce the kids to the sport. Holes 1 and 4 are interesting. The baskets themselves are quite good.
Cons: Poorly marked with missing tee markers. Extremely muddy with poor drainage. Add to that some idiots working on a sign decided to drive their truck across a muddy field, totally wrecking the terrain.
Other Thoughts: Seriously, this is just not acceptable, even for a school course. The signs that aren't missing (and a lot of them are missing) are unfinished scrap wood on a chunk of rebar, that are split, rotting and generally in bad condition. The course is barely navigable with a map. I'd say that you really should find somewhere else to play, even for beginners.
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