+0 votes Jamie Sims › December 19, 2011
+0 votes Billy Matthews › December 11, 2011
If you like to lose discs and walk in the blackest mud ever play here. Every hole you are thinking, "I hope I can find where it lands." You literally play between the railroad tracks and a giant lake. Oh and there is constant wind. Five holes you throw over large bodies of water. It also seems run down. Many holes had no signs and you threw drives from a walking trail. It may have been fun 15 years ago when it people actually took care of that park but now its just depressing.
+0 votes Edan Badajos › August 25, 2011
+0 votes Armando Lopez › August 11, 2011
Heavy pedestrian traffic makes it difficult to maneuver as well as very poor signage. Must have spotters to play course. The wind can test your nerves when throwing over the water specially on hole #8.
+0 votes Jack W › October 6, 2010
There are some challenging holes here. Be prepared to lose a disc and to wait for pedestrians, bicyclists, and picnickers that are oblivious to any flying discs.