Kevin Zane

Kansas, USA Righty

Kevin's reviews

North Georgia Canopy Tours › July 11, 2011
A
Well, I have a new favorite course... This course in on a large wooded property with creeks coming into play on multiple holes and extreme elevation changes. Most holes had multiple tees and signs (with distance and par for each). The tees and baskets were incredible with plenty of room to run up and come from either side at a bit of an angle. There were trash sacks and natural benches all over the course and even a vending machine in the chicken coop on #12. There is a large clubhouse with a/c, ...
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Frisco Peninsula Rec Area › February 14, 2011
A-
Pros: The scenery here definitely made a lasting impression on me. The mountains in the background and the beautiful views of Lake Dillon were incredible. There were also a couple of ski lift benches that added a really nice touch. There is plenty of parking available here and although I was here on a weekend, it is far from what I would consider crowded. (this could also be due to the fact that I was there in kind of an off season). The course is very easy to find. Before the start of hole 1, ...
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Lake Shawnee › February 14, 2011
C+
Pros: This course has been nicely groomed every time I have been out here, and is very easy to navigate without a map. There are nice benches on the course and a couple of trash cans. Multiple pin placements that seem to be moved often. The teepads are large and in great shape. There isn't much elevation on this course, but enough to have some fun with and what they had to work with was used very nicely. I especially like how some of the baskets on the back 9 were in risky areas and the shot on ...
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Centennial Park › February 14, 2011
C+
Pros: There are easily accessible restrooms here and trash cans at several points throughout the park. This course has a lot of small hills and elevation changes in this park that come into play often as well as a creek. There are multiple pin placements and long concrete tee pads. There were many hole designs that I really enjoyed, especially 13 with the downhill shot past the skate park over the creek. There were a few risky putts on the edge of the creek/woods. I had a some trouble, but a lot ...
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Brown Memorial Park › February 14, 2011
C+
Pros: Parking is right next to the first hole and there is a nearby restroom and shelter. The area seemed very well kept and free of trash. The cement tees were is pretty good shape and had the hole number and par on them. The park has a quiet, peaceful feel and was very relaxing to play among the very tall, mature trees and along the creek. The flow was logical and easy to find your way around although there weren't any tee signs or maps available. Most of the holes provided good obstacles that ...
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Warner Park › February 22, 2011
B-
Pros: Practice basket near shelter is good for warm up game of horse, there are a couple of trash cans and a shelter here also. For a nine hole course it offers a great variety of shots and much more elevation change than any other local courses. I get to use a few shots out here that I don't really get to use otherwise around town. There is a good layout without much confusion between holes and although the park is relatively small, even with multiple placements on several holes it is easy to k ...
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Kansas State University › February 14, 2011
F+
An object course really isn't a course at all... although I believe there may be a few functional teepads and at one point it may have actually been semi-clearly marked. Sure, there are some good lines there and a few oppurtunities for creative shots but considering the far superior surrounding area of the flint hills why not just go throw a disc at a tree elsewhere? The course is only playable after something like 6pm on school days (which this time of year is around sunset), and on weekends. I ...
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