3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Perfect cement tee boxes with excellent Mach 3 baskets to shoot at. Some of the cement tee boxes are even extended on the long holes for ease of approach to the long throw. The park and grounds are well maintained with a perfect mix of challenging shots that you have to contend with water, cement and trees.
Cons: No map or score card available. The par 3 standard score on every hole is unrealistic even for a pro. The transfer between hole 6 and 7 is confusing where you actually have to walk backwards and across the street passed the old jet to find the next tee.
Other Thoughts: I loved this course. As a relative newcomer to this sport it offered a good amount of challenging shots, but not too too hard to make for a long day of bogey disc golf. Par is a decent score for an amateur. The water holes were pretty awesome and I highly suggest playing the unnumbered hole - A right after hole #2.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a fun and challenging course in a well maintained park. It has been modified since I played it last and some baskets have been moved to new pin positions. This course plays pretty long now. There are four 500+ ft holes. Water comes into play but it's rarely so deep that you can't easily get your disc back. It's fairly open but obstacles are well implemented--tree gaps, street and water OBs. The length of the holes and the boundaries make it so that a pro can shoot under par, but par is a solid round for an amateur.
Cons: Shot variation could be better. I'm not saying every hole is set up for the righty hyzer, but there aren't a lot of places where you're forced to throw a turnover or a sidearm. Also, it seemed like the distances on some of the signs were not accurate.
Other Thoughts: Favorite hole: # 17. 600 foot hole through a tree gap 100 feet off the pad, trees on the right side, OB creek on the left. Basket is nestled into the woods at the edge of the clearing and requires a finesse approach.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Beautiful park, mostly open. Well maintained, fun, and challenging. This course is great for beginners and pros. Multiple tees, well designed tee markers, and easy to navigate. Relatively long course that wraps around the entire park. Great place for those that have a lot of distance. Most water hazards are small enough to easily retrieve your disc.
Cons: 500+ to 600+ par 3's. Many out of bounds hazards and it is almost always windy here.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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