More fun than I expected
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: + All the baskets were there, contrary to what I had heard about this course. They were in good shape.
+ There was decent variety in the lines and hole lengths, though nothing over 325' unfortunately. Some degree of line shaping required, nothing very challenging.
+ The location was quiet and peaceful, we had the park to ourselves.
+ Navigation was simple.
Cons: - The tee pads weren't in very good shape, however the holes are so short you don't really need to run up.
- The holes are all short and offer little challenge.
- If there were other people playing, you might bump shoulders once or twice.
Other Thoughts: Sabo Park never seemed worth the trip based on what I had heard about it, but it wasn't worthless by any means. I played it with some friends and we enjoyed our round. We had a couple of exciting ace runs and its a course where a group of people with a pretty varied level of ability can play a competitive round.
If I lived nearby I'd use it to practice my midrange throws and putts. Otherwise I wouldn't go too far out of the way to play.
In addition to quality 18 hole courses nearby, Louisville's Wildwood Park is a bit more fun and Schneider Park more conveniently located as far as local 9 holes go.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: An excellent practice course for beginners. There is no real long holes. Plus you have enough twist to pose a certain amount of a challenge.
Cons: the tees are just horrible. Some have gravel and some are just a board with hilly grass behind it. One even had a pot hole by it making it really easy to twist your ankle on your throw. No tee signs to mark the holes. Only one map to lay out the course.
Other Thoughts: All in all if you are at Massillon. You could swing by this course if the 18 holes there were not enough for you.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
Small but Nice
Pros: Mostly short holes, but enough trees to make it interesting. Nice little city park.
Cons: No numbers on the baskets. Very easy to play to the wrong hole first time out.
Other Thoughts: Most players would consider it too easy. It helps if you consider most holes to be par 2. Not worth a long drive to play here, but a fun diversion if travelling between Massillon, Dover &/or Wooster.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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