Olathe, KS 
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Uploaded By: scarpfish Hole #10 (Taken 9/2009)
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Good for families

5+    8/16/2019   8/16/2019
Review By: WildBill1981
Played: 5  Reviewed: 4
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Good mix of hole types. Nice course for beginners and for night golf.
Cons: Park sidewalk goes right through the front 9.
Other Thoughts: Stroller-friendly.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Fun Play in Olathe Area

2-4    5/22/2018   5/23/2018
Review By: BenHaavisto
Played: 80  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 6.2 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: ~Concrete Tee Pads
~Diverse drive selection
~Clean park, with benches and trash cans
~Multiple pin/pads
~Decent signage
Cons: ~Poor layout, where to go after certain holes can be difficult.. IE: After hole 8 one of the only teepad in sight is 18...
Other Thoughts: ~This is just my personal opinion but courses that have very multiple basket locations if they are difficult to see from the teepad there should be a way to mark on the sign the current location. (I understand this is a common theme for courses)
~The course is very well kept, is nestled in a family friendly park. Great for all ages and skill levels will have fun at this course.
~If you are local in the area or visiting people in the area it is worth a visit. Not the first one I would go to play but it is a fun round every time.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Journey to the Center of the Prairie

1    10/22/2017   12/22/2017
Review By: Upshawt1979
Played: 440  Reviewed: 336  Exp: 16.3 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Prairie Center Park works in 18 holes on the disc golf course. There are concrete tees, with signs. Innova Discatchers were pretty good, and multiple pins on each hole. Benches are here and there around the park if you need a place to sit for a moment.

The trees are numerous and make for good variation from hole to hole. Nominal elevation changes in places, and there is a bit of water around 14 and 15.

On the front 9 there are some birdie chances, and on the back things are taken up a notch. I liked the island hole, but being in the center of a turnaround at the end of the parking lot isn't ideal. Two par fours on 12 and 13 pump up the distance. Hole 15 takes a good drive to carry across the pond and be in position for a putt or approach.
Cons: The layout is pretty choppy, and there are lengthy walks after some holes. I would have liked a more guidance to find the next tee on the holes that are followed by long transitions.

Many other park facilities and roads are nearby on several holes, so cars or pedestrians can be in range.
Other Thoughts: While the quality of the course is very good, it can be tough to navigate for a first time visitor. The available space is used well, but on a busy day it may take a while to complete a round as try to avoid throwing too near to other people in the park.

I played this one late in the day and had to hurry to beat nightfall. I lost a disc on hole 14, it went left into the trees, maybe as far down as the creek. Champion Orc, pink, may still be hanging around.

A 58 was not a bad score for the first time playing at Prairie Center Park, but I would have liked to do better. If I return it will be earlier in the day, and probably not during the weekend, to ensure that I am not rushed and can see where I am trying to put the discs more clearly.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 fun course

2-4    8/10/2017   8/19/2017
Review By: kcufo
Played: 4  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 2.3 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: well maintained
nice tee pads
nice baskets
nice signage and map
well defined lines
variety of shots
clean well maintained park
Cons: the course got somewhat confusing for a newbie.
hole #11 is behind the baseball diamonds. some signage pointing the way would have been VERY helpful
basket for hole #9 was hard to find
Other Thoughts: As a newer player I like playing on this course. Hole 2 or 4 has the basket on the island in the cul de sac which is neat and a challenge.
I usually play holes 11-16 to start. I park by the baseball diamonds, throw those 6 holes then park near hole #1 and finish my round. I am too old to be hiking that far between holes.
As a new player I found most of the holes a challenge but with proper technique and some luck par is definitely possible. Overall I found the course fun and challenging, I seem to love throwing discs into trees !!
Definitely recommend this course if you haven't tried it.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Decent at best

1    4/9/2017   4/9/2017
Review By: ChadNewman
Played: 42  Reviewed: 13  Exp: 3.5 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Every tee had an okay tee pad a few had multiple pads, seemed like the majority or all had seating around and a trash can.

Great parking and bathrooms close by, along with a shelter not far from the first hole, which is awesome if you are meeting up with a group.

Nice signage showing the multiple pin locations, normally 4 different placements, didn't have the ability to show current placement.

The majority of shots are going to be a technical shot, where you are breaking up the hole into two different parts.
Cons: Course is at a public park that has MANY other users which makes it very challenging to disc golf. A lot of the holes run next to walking paths or right up to a baseball or soccer field.

The back nine is challenging to navigate and it would be nice to have an arrow towards the next hole for first timers.

Hole 10 and 11 had a mini tree farm between the pad and pin, so there is no real fairway you can see. If the trees grow up at all these two holes would need to be changed.
Other Thoughts: Decent course, knowing the Olathe area and the local disc golf club is very good at keep the course up to date.

If I'm in the area, I'm not sure I would choose this course above birdland or even heritage, but it is worth the play if you can get out early on a weekend or during a week day.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 happening place

5+    10/11/2015   10/15/2015
Review By: air show
Played: 166  Reviewed: 27  Exp: 19.7 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: + Ample concrete tees, Discatchers, and informative signs.
+ Multiple pin locations.
+ manicured turf
+ abundant trees including thick pines make for a controlled round.
+ though course does not play back to parking lot during round - tee pad 8 comes close.
+ pack water disc for one challenging water hole.
+ hole 2 very challenging island green.
+ not much elevation change but a long enough walk to get a workout.
+ KCFDC league on Monday nights including glow league during winter months.
+ Established course with many admirers.
Cons: - multi use park results in large numbers of people.
- asphalt walking path borders many fairways.
- navigation becomes tricky after hole 10 so be prepared to walk aimlessly to find the next tee pad.
- had to skip hole 11 because of soccer fans.
- No bomber holes!

Other Thoughts: If you are into the technical game you may love this course. But if your in the mood to grip and rip theres a course 2mi south called birdland. Either way they are both quality DG courses.

Prairie Center disc golf course has been around for many years. The course is established and has a great tradition. The club members always make sure it is ready to play and should be commended for their efforts.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 A good course

2-4    10/3/2015   10/4/2015
Review By: SirDreward
Played: 35  Reviewed: 23  Exp: 10.1 Years
Pros: - Well maintained
- Good signage
- Front nine almost impossible to lose a disc
- Restrooms conveniently located
Cons: - Navigating the course gets a little tricky the farther you get into it
- The course plays primarily through the mixed use park areas
- Back nine relatively easy to lose a disc
- Not much in the way of elevation change
Other Thoughts: This course can get crowded quickly. A few holes have more than two placements for the pins. The front nine is in a park setting while the back nine gets into a more wild and wooly setting. I would say the course plays more to the strengths of the technical player and not the distance player.


2-4    9/16/2014   10/3/2014
Review By: akray21
Played: 14  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 5.4 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Some good technical shots
Cons: - A lot of park traffic. One time there was a soccer game going on and there were people sitting 3' from one of the baskets.
- A lot of walking between some of the holes
Other Thoughts: - The holes in the woods are the best part of the course, very technical and fun

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 very nice course

1    6/21/2014   6/21/2014
Review By: t55dude
Played: 18  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 5.5 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Excellent course for all players. Front 9 is very easy to follow and the flow is perfect. Back 9 is longer and more difficult. I love the multiple tee pads, giving players of all level the chance to enjoy the course. Great use of the entire park. Fixing in and out of the other athletic facilities, while for the most part not in the way. The second hole island set up was awesome and the only water shot has tees set up for players with the big arms and small arms. Kids can just skip the pond and start right on the other side.
Cons: Back nine is hard to follow. Holes 8-9, 10-11 and 16-17 are very long walks with no signage to point the way. Hole 10 runs right along the parking lot and when the soccer field is in use, cars park on grass making the pin at the end of tree line a tricky play. The multiple pin placement hole were hard to figure out since they were not consistent. One hole played a another b and others c. Fairway grass from 12-16 was not mowed and was mid calf high.
Other Thoughts: Considering it was my first time playing this course, I was very happy that a course that was this big and covered such a big area was so easy to follow. I went on a Saturday morning so the park was in heavy use, soccer, baseball and party's in the pavilions, with the exception of 10th hole, was very easy to play away from. If I lived in kansas I would definitely make this a regular course to play.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Nice fun course with a good amount of trees

1    8/17/2013   8/17/2013
Review By: Musicphan
Played: 29  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 6.3 Years
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: I really enjoyed this course - I'm a beginner and found it challenging without being too hard. I did not throw the water shot... can't afford to lose a disc right now. Little bit longer than some of the courses I've played but its fairly level ground so an easy course to play.
Cons: Water shot tough for a beginner.
Other Thoughts: Enjoyed it enough I put it on the "return play" list

0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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