+0 votes Steve Hardyman › June 30, 2014
Fun pretty short course in a nice park. The OBs and the wind make this course a challenge. Trees, sidewalks, and water come in to play on many holes. Well worth the stop if you are in the area.
+0 votes Kris Green › October 5, 2014
Let me tell you I've been playing this course since about 2007, when there were homemade baskets, no pads, and no idea where you showed up. That being said, this course is now real awesome. Set up so you can play 9 or go over the lake and play 18. This is a great course. Love to come here even more and looking forward to it!!
+0 votes Tom Jacobs › July 1, 2014
Course has a new 18 hole lay out , new cement tee boxes, Mach 5 DGA baskets and signs with QR codes at each hole. Front 9 has water and tress on short technical fairways. Back 9 is longer fairways fewer trees but still technical.
+0 votes Mark Klewicki › July 3, 2014
Don't let the short layout fool you as this course is very challenging. This course is all about placement and will challenge you to up your accuracy. Many multiple OB's on just about every hole. Lake, sidewalks, river and trees come into play. On windy days it can be brutal. In a recent tournament I witnessed many discs enter the lake of doom, never to be seen again.
+0 votes jeff Balthazore › September 12, 2016
Fairly simple course as long as the wind is not blowing. The front 9 are easy with a few OB's with the lake or road. Back 9 play by a run off river. The biggest problem is the park users they like to walk in front of you throwing or just stand in your way with no concern of the game.