+0 votes timothy bradley › April 20, 2013
+0 votes Tony Rohrer › January 10, 2013
Mostly short holes, good practice course if you lives near by. Not worth a long drive to get to.
+0 votes Derek Michalak › October 24, 2012
+0 votes Rob Staszek › October 10, 2012
This was a great course if you want a quick round that tests your skill at placing your shots. Also great for beginners as the holes aren't long distances. The only caveat is the long walk from hole #6 to #7. You basically walk from one end of the park to the other. But, it's not too bad because you walk through the woods and see a lot of wildlife such as birds, squirrels and the occasional deer. All in all, a great course.
+0 votes Kevin Eggy Egnatoski › October 9, 2012
Great short course throwing from the hill top is the best . Thanks John M
+0 votes Robert Wagner › August 21, 2012
Outstanding trail and sign system to help one navigate the course. Variety of wide open, elevated and wooded tees. Most jples prrsent birdie opportunities or ace chances. would play again if in the area.
+0 votes Clark Eagling › August 20, 2012
Great practice for your midrange, putt and approach game. Would be much less fun without the 2 holes off the sledding hill. Very well-balanced course, but can be extremely frustrating for left handers like me.
+0 votes Scott Smith › August 5, 2012
bring your putters
+0 votes Jason Riberas › August 1, 2012
Great beginner course, I can see why everyone who has played here says if they were teaching someone new to the game they would bring them here. I love the two downhill shots, and almost every hole is an ace run hole. Great job John on the layout for the amount of land you were given to create this 9 hole course!!!!
+0 votes Bruce Barr › July 24, 2012
Great course to play with my girlfriend. She doesn't have the distance but has a great short game. She can shoot under par here where some of my long driving buddies cannot as they can't putt to save their skin.
+1 votes Ben Calhoun › July 22, 2012
Perfect layout for a beginner fair and easy to play, good signage, no danger of hitting other park users
+1 votes Nicholas Stewart › August 8, 2012
Before this course was installed the only true beginners course in the area was Civic Center. For those of you that have played Civic you know that it is more putting practice than anything. This is a great place to work on your short game as well as for introducing others to the sport. If you're into ace runs come on out! For added challenge try throwing from fifty to one-hundred feet behind the tee. Trust me this changes the dynamic of the course.
+1 votes Jason "Baby Master" Sweeney › July 11, 2012
Grab your putter and go here!! Very scenic! Saw a 4pt buck just after hole 6, walked into the woods and there he was on the left. I personally liked all the walking... I could use to drop a couple LBS, so the up and down the hill, plus the lil hike in the woods is nice! I will be going there a lot!
+0 votes Adam Mitchell › July 9, 2012
+0 votes John Minicuci › July 21, 2012
Very short course in a very popular city park with a lot of activity. The disc golf course will rarely interfere with any of them. The first hole is just west of the tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts and south of the pavilion. The 1st 3 holes play south and then west into the woods. Following the 3rd hole is a short walk south in a very wooded path that opens up to the Beverly toboggan hill. Climb the hill on the right stairs and the 4th hole throws east downward towards the baseball dia ...
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Very short course in a very popular city park with a lot of activity. The disc golf course will rarely interfere with any of them. The first hole is just west of the tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts and south of the pavilion. The 1st 3 holes play south and then west into the woods. Following the 3rd hole is a short walk south in a very wooded path that opens up to the Beverly toboggan hill. Climb the hill on the right stairs and the 4th hole throws east downward towards the baseball diamonds. The 5th hole is on the south side of the hill then you will climb back up the hill for the 6th tee pad throwing west. After hole 6 is a long walk north back into the woods. Follow the "Next Tee" signs along the way turning left off of the main path along another path taking you to tee pad 7. This hole is half in the woods and half out in the open throwing north towards Beverly Drive. Follow the black rod iron fence east towards tee pad 8. Hole 8 throws back towards the woods from fairway 7. After hole 8 is complete, walk east towards the parking lot and to the right of the sand play scape you will find hole 9 throwing east towards the grand stands just south of the pavilion. 3 in the woods, 3 on top or behind the hill, 1 half in / out of the woods, and 2 out in the open. Short but good for your practice game..
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+1 votes Brandon Ulewicz › July 8, 2012
A small but fun course. Thoughful holes makes for good avoidance of park goers. Every hole has a fun shot, and the entertainment factor will draw me back here. The long walk between some of the holes is really one of the only flaws here. Otherwise, great job John.
+1 votes John Plonkey › July 8, 2012
+1 votes Clark Kingston › July 7, 2012
+1 votes Chris Kompus › July 7, 2012
+1 votes Ed Carpus › July 6, 2012
Awesome little putter course, fun layout, great one for the kids! Excellent use of the park, fun to throw off the hill....