Checotah, OK 
Checotah Disc Golf Park Share
Uploaded By: bjflash Hole #1 (Taken 10/2013)
3 / 325ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Tee



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1    6/21/2020   6/22/2020
Review By: ttrcy
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Informative tee signs and big tee pads.

Double pin placements. Double tee pads on # 7 & # 16.

Narrow walkways up the fairway center and to the next tee are mowed short.

The front 9 is mostly open and close to the parking lot. The back 9 is longer with lots of trees and tougher challenges.

Slopes and elevation changes on both 9s.
Cons: The fairways are mowed like pastures or fields.

Other Thoughts: The mando on the OB property corner # 6 will no doubt break some hearts come tournament time. The tee box is pretty much pointed at it.

If this place were mowed shorter and more often I could give it 4 stars.

Good mix of long, medium, and short holes. The front 9 is fun, the back nine is challenging, a very good course.




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  Worth a play.

5+    9/28/2014   9/28/2014
Review By: OKCphantom
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: For starters, this is a good beginner course. A simple and open 9 hole that was put in a pasture. The fairway is often mowed and is easy to find your disc. Even the rough is trimmed enough to locate your disc. There is a map at hole #1 and the course is very easy to navigate. Tee signs are new and display distance and OB. The course is honestly good for the big arms and those who are looking to ace holes. Multiple holes within or around 200 ft. straight away and a couple of 400+ holes. A couple of holes offer obstacles such as out of bounds and trees. The pins are new and catch really well. The course itself is located in a sports complex area and is a nice resting area. Overall, this is a beginner friendly course and is much easier compared to other courses out there.
Cons: During summer months this course gets more difficult as the rough gets up to 6ft tall and less maintained. This makes it crucial to throw your disc in the fairway on certain holes or risk having to take a dive in head high grass. Tee pads are inconsistent and not maintained. Some longer than others with some having gravel while others are just grass and dirt. This course lacks obstacles and is not a course for those who enjoy technical courses (unless played in the summer when the rough adds more technicality to it). With the course being in a pasture bugs are common during the spring and summer. Only a 9 hole but soon to be 18.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a decent course. Worth the 30-45 play through if your driving highway 69. Its right on the edge of town and is pretty easy to find as the highway is right down the road.

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