+0 votes big skinny › December 29, 2013
+0 votes Scott R. › March 27, 2012
Played two rounds at this course today. Only been playing for about five months so keep that in mind, I am no pro. Really enjoyed this course today. Weather was terrific, little cool this morning and wind did come into play most of the day. Good shade on most of the course, some holes are directly in the sun.The course outlines the park which has a soccer field, softball, tennis courts, and even shuffle board. Bathrooms are ecofriendly and clean. People walking on the walking track should not be ...
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Played two rounds at this course today. Only been playing for about five months so keep that in mind, I am no pro. Really enjoyed this course today. Weather was terrific, little cool this morning and wind did come into play most of the day. Good shade on most of the course, some holes are directly in the sun.The course outlines the park which has a soccer field, softball, tennis courts, and even shuffle board. Bathrooms are ecofriendly and clean. People walking on the walking track should not be a problem as we did not see any. First hole you are throwing into trees, but this is also the shortest hole. Still possible to get a birdie. The entire course is a par three which is great, but wouldn't mind seeing a good hole that was a par 4 or 5 distance. Had a chance to use all of my discs with different ranges. Nice quiet area to play. Hole five, I believe, was the only tricky hole to really find as it was past 18 on the opposite side of the road past hole four. I think this site is excellent for posting pictures of each hole, if people want to post them, and I think it may be a good idea to take a look at them before you play a new course. The water play was actually fun and a little intimidating and for beginners such as I, I would reccomend buying a floater before you play. Yes we did loose a disc on one of the water holes as the pole could not reach it, not to mention once the disc goes in the water it will disappear in the grassy bottom. As I mention some holes had tee pads some did not, so look for wooden blocks to show launch spot and hole number. There is some thick brush to loose a disc on so be mindful of where you disc may go especially on fades. Really enjoyed this course and look forward to playing it again soon.
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+0 votes Kirk Maddox › March 30, 2012
I love this course! It is not the most beginner friendly due to the many water holes. I love the holes with the pro tees especially holes 12 and 13. Hole 3 is an excellent, narrow tunnel shot that, after you clear the tunnel, your flight path is along the left bank of a pond. If you are not straight you either hit trees on the left or get wet on the right. The course borders the existing sports complex and, even though there is a walking path around the park, there are few walkers. This course plays entirely different with a strong wind out of the south... you are warned! :)
+0 votes Ryan Westcott › May 25, 2012
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+0 votes Chris Whittle › April 5, 2013
I hope you like water hazards. I would not recommend this on a windy day. Hell, even on a calm day, bring your floaters!
+0 votes Mark Mahaffey › May 2, 2014
course area is very clean, plays well , the only thing that didn't play well is hole 12 that hole just don't make sense. signs need to be updated, had to do a little walking ahead to see baskets, also looking at pictures of tees on this page some off these holes have been changed or moved, someone needs to update pictures because you can not go by them for layout
+0 votes Jacquelin R. › May 25, 2014
Not a fan of this course . there is NO signs telling you the pars for each one. We just played not knowing anything about what the pars were. The water traps are a challenge. Some of the holes seemed like they should be par 4's, we know this after playing today and going home to look on line, to find out what the pars were. Be careful there is Snakes .... my husband threw and one landed 2 inches from a snake.
+0 votes Justin Eubanks › March 20, 2015
Fun course around a beautiful sports complex, although the holes aren't marked and baskets are set off out of site. Nice distance but could use more diverse shots. A- because a beginner would struggle with the tee pads and locating the baskets.