A starting platform
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Pros: A school which has embraced Disc golf and allowed a perminant course to sit within its grounds it a rare sight in the UK.
Cons: Baskets in a poor state
No Tee boxes, or posts. You have to work out where the hole starts by downloading the google maps page and then walking with google maps open.
Holes 4 5 and 6 are currently being effected by major maintenance works on the gounds. The baskets for 4 and 6 lie roughly 2ft behind a 8ft fence. These holes can be played if you reason that you will not miss your putt if your disc is flush with the fence.
Hole 5 has completely disappeared.
Other Thoughts: Hole 1: Start just on the left of the access gate and throw across the slope towards the stone wall.
Hole 2: From the corner of the stone wall throw back to the far end of the football pitch, to make hole harder you could make the far football goal a mando.
Hole 3: A par 5! From the top of the bank, you are aiming across both Rugby pitches to the hedge on the far side. Caution you only have around 2 metres behind the basket
Hole 4: Short Dogleg, basket is currently at the base of a large earth mound but this may be removed after the maintenance people leave
Hole 5: No idea where this is (Somewhere beyond the fence)
Hole 6: Tee uphill from the yellow warning sign. Basket is level with the long jump pit
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