5 Helpful / 1 Not
warm up pich n putt
Pros: *COURSE FLOWS WELL
Cons: *SMALL CHILD SIZE TEE BOXES
*OLD SINGLE CHAIN BASKETS
Other Thoughts: This is a private course located down the street from Vance and Rock Wood Central. I liked how clean and well maintained the course was. This course would be great to take children or beginners to play as many of the holes are short (#5 being a distance of 60 feet). There is no drugs,alcohol,tobacco or dogs permitted. One porta-potty was on site and many other activities are available to do if there are non players in your group.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Almost not worth it
Pros: A good open course for a beginner.
Rockwood and Vance are close by (but why not just go to those two instead?)
Cement teepads (as opposed to dirt or rubber) - which are childsized, but I'm guessing you don't need a long runup for these shots. That they are cement is the only thing keeping me from a 0.5 star rating.
Cons: Nothing over 250, so a pro can play it with a putter. Many holes are under 200 (if I remember correctly)
On school property, so cannot play during school day.
Some trees drop tons of berries that go rotten and will make your disc sticky.
Other Thoughts: If you're an ace virgin, and you're desperate, then go here. If you'd rather wait it out and lose your ace virginity to a more respectable course, thats fine too. Sometimes its good to have high standards : )
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Small Neighborhood Pitch & Putt Course!
Pros: If you live close, you can work on your approach and putting game here. You're playing on a nice grassy lawn surrounded by tall trees. It's set on school grounds and the trees can challenge somewhat. An excellent course to learn the game or to take a newbie. A few holes are very short, aces are a real possibility. The school grounds are clean and it's well marked.
Cons: Two of the holes are elementary school short and silly. It's not open during normal school hours. The longest throw is maybe a 250" dogleg right.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't go out of my way to find this course but it serves a purpose and is appreciated. If you driving through, you can stop and try to add to your ace count. You if don't have any career aces, this is the course for you!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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