4 Helpful / 1 Not
not worth the drive
Pros: Has tee signs and baskets
has a few good holes
Cons: worlds smallest tee signs, the pole is almost wider than the sign is. If they used 4x4 posts, the post would be wider.
Several of the first 11 holes throw along a walking path.
the back holes 12 to 18 are across the street and in part of the park that is not maintained. Grass was 2 feet tall on the very back holes.
Other Thoughts: I don't have too many good things to say about this course. This is case of either someone wanting a course in there home town or the city wanting a course but not willing to put aside the land needed for a reasonable course.
First off, your #1 holes is throwing down a jogging path and the park is literally 50 ft wide. They have planted several trees on both sides of the walking path that will make the holes along here impossible to not throw down the path. (hole 11 uses the same fairway at part of 1 and 2 coming back)
Basicly, you follow the path around the outside of the park wtih all turnover shots (for right handed players) with several of the holes being way over 300 ft to make them 2 shot holes.
After throwing hole 7 (into the baseball fields that are locked) you throw towards an old bridge and back down to the walking paths again.
Now when you finish hole 11, you have to walk back tot he entrance of the park, cross the street and then you have the rest of the course including hole 15 that throws under the bridge. I actually liked these holes, I think they should redo this part and just have 9 holes over there, then maybe a short 9 holes in the old park across the bridge.
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