Justin Price

Oklahoma, USA Righty - overhand

Justin's reviews

Arcadia LakeBlue course › December 13, 2011
B
The red and blue courses at Arcadia Lake are similar, but have some distinguishing characteristics as well. First I'll describe the courses as a whole, and then comment on the qualities that make them unique. One should know that these courses are smaller than most courses in the area, and in the same respect, much more technical. Most holes are shorter than 350 feet, with the majority falling in between 150 and 250 feet. Most of the holes are also in the woods with a lot of trees and low ceili ...
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Arcadia LakeRed course › December 13, 2011
B-
The red and blue courses at Arcadia Lake are similar, but have some distinguishing characteristics as well. First I'll describe the courses as a whole, and then comment on the qualities that make them unique. One should know that these courses are smaller than most courses in the area, and in the same respect, much more technical. Most holes are shorter than 350 feet, with the majority falling in between 150 and 250 feet. Most of the holes are also in the woods with a lot of trees and low ceili ...
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Griffin Park › December 13, 2011
A-
This course is one of my favorites for many reasons. One of the biggest would be the changes from technical to wide-open holes. You start off the first three holes with long fairways, and plenty of room to just unload safely. Then you get into the woods, and the more technical holes that have a lot of low ceilings and straight fairways. The layout can be quite confusing, and in fact the first couple times I played here I didn't like the course because of the hard navigation. This time, however, ...
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Will Rogers Park › December 13, 2011
C+
This course is a good beginner course (which we all know means it's easy and not too challenging). It has a lot of elevation changes, and a decent amount of trees in challenging places. I have read numerous reviews that there used to be a lot more trees that were removed due to disease, which made the course a lot less fun for many, but I just recently started playing early this year so I didn't experience that. The tree's don't make the course too hard, but it's better than an open field, let's ...
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Wild Horse Park › December 16, 2011
B+
If feel this course is really dependent on the player's throwing type to whether they enjoy it or not. The first 9 holes are all nestled within groups of pine trees, both around the baskets and on the fairway. (Fairways? What fairways?!) These trees are disc-snatchers, and if you make a mistake and throw into any part of them chances are you'll be going for a good climb. If you have a very accurate side-arm, or are able to throw a good thumber/tomahawk, you have a great shot at scoring between 1 ...
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Dolese Youth Park › December 13, 2011
B+
This course is one of the few I've played, and the one of the first, so my rating is biased a bit. The course is laid out well, with a good amount of difficulty. In the early summer months they make the holes "harder", which effectively means they stick the basket into the woods, or around a 90-degree bend, making aces damn-near impossible. That could be revisited by the owners. You can make a course longer and more challenging without making the holes impractical. For the remainder of the year, ...
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