4 Helpful / 1 Not
Aesthetic- this place is RURAL for being "in town" probably the quietest in town round I've ever played... plays around the city park and through the woods. woods double as a hiking trail so be aware.
Pads-concrete (roughened) but short. these holes aren't overly long but for holes 2 and 9 (>400') longer pads would be nice.
Baskets-newish chainstars, discatchers may increase visibility.
Routing/navigation- please look at the map before you go, or take a picture at the kiosk... the walk between 2 and 3 would be impossible if you didn't have a map. other than that, it's pretty easy.
variety--not a ton of variety. if it's an open hole, it's wide open. if it's in the woods, it's TIGHT and a little weird... a lot of the time, if the lane goes left (which most of them do) the basket is on the right.
potential danger- this course plays close to athletic fields and play ground equipment... 1 and 2 play over a soccer field. the woods holes run somewhat congruent with a hiking trail so watch for hikers.
I thought this course was pretty fun and had some definite challenge in the woods. hole 3 is listed on the map at 230ft, but it's only like 125 or less through the woods...
This place is RURAL, but would be a good second to Hammond Hill which isn't far away.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Join Disc Golf Course Review
for free to add your review. Have an account already? Sign In
to add a review.