6 Helpful / 0 Not
Decent church course
Pros: City Disc Park plays at a church on a big piece of their land that does not seem like it is used for anything but disc golf. There is an exclusive, gravel parking lot for disc golfers, which is a nice touch.
There are concrete tees, nice tee signs, brand new Discatcher baskets and a course map near hole one. There was a lot of work and money put into the course, which is good as church courses can be done pretty poorly.
I felt the design was as good as you could make it given the land available. There are a few more technical holes and an island hole, hole 7. Any intermediate level player should play fairly well here and shoot under par. There is not enough rough or obstacles or length to really create bogey opportunities.
Cons: The designated parking lot is right next to tee 9, which is a bit of a walk to hole 1. Play hole 9 then walk over to hole 1 if you want to utilize that parking lot.
The middle party of the course was a bit boring, I felt. Hole 4-6 were wide open. Hole 4 and 5 are basically the same fairway just throwing from opposite directions; you never like to see that. There are little obstacles on these three holes, which is a significant amount of holes on this short 9 hole course.
Other Thoughts: This course severely missed my expectations. It could be due to a higher rating when I found and played this course, but there really is nothing special to see here. I always appreciate the work and money put in to create a course with amenities such as the good folks at City Park Church, but due to the lack of variety in the landscape here, the course misses the mark just a tad.
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