Don't hit the Campers
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Always good to have baskets in the parks. Especially small town, USA.
Nice kiosk, with well descriptive map of course.
Descriptive tee signs!
# 5 is a cool hole, tee off from tall hill. (if your throwing RHBH, as the left side off the tee is blocked by trees) and even then it's a very narrow window to drive through.
Cons: holes # 8 and # 9 ( can and will probably have parked RV's or campers on those fairways) As that section of the park is where they park.
The most liter on any course, I've played on in Kansas :(
Other Thoughts: Talked to one of the campers and asked him if anyone has hit any of the campers with discs. He said with a chuckle, Yes. but he also said that on the weekends he and his friends play Disc Golf, so I guess if the locals are cool with potential damage from a flying disc then ---------- -
I came to this course because it was rated a 4, it's not!! It's a course. and i'm a bagger, so I came and left.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Playable hole lengths with good use of trees as obstacles. Good tee maps. Very nice elevation shot. Well maintained park.
Cons: No tee pads.
Other Thoughts: Jace Ives should be commended for his work on a path down from the elevation shot.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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