David Edmondson

Texas, USA Righty - backhand

David's reviews

Haslet Community Disc Golf Course › November 15, 2011
D-
blah, If there more courses everywhere, I'd grade it an F
Towne Lake › November 18, 2010
A-
nice place with quality signs, tees, and pins. Lots of tall trees provide shade. It's secluded and quiet for being in an urban area. The creek is an ugly creature that eats discs with steep banks and comes into play for many holes. The back nine plays up a hill and has some lengthy holes.
Alex Clark Memorial › November 18, 2010
B+
A good goal for this course is 15 under. I like the tall trees providing much shade, and one must navigate through many to stay on course. The creek is a doozy with steep banks and deep murky water in some areas. The holes are short and simple. It's conviently located next to McKinney's other course right on the other side of the highway.
Shawnee Park › February 28, 2011
B-
not too exciting, but playing by the creek in the trees can be challenging. It takes a while to figure which way to go since the front nine seems to overlay the back nine. If you get creative, you can essentially play two holes at once for only one lap around the park instead of two. There are some avid players that gather there regularly.
Bill Allen Memorial Park › November 18, 2010
B
variety of shots. I like how quiet and peaceful the course is. There's a pond on hole 6 concealed by cat tails creating a distance/elevation illusion that absorbs many errant discs. Through the back nine, there's some 'impossible' shots for the newcomer.
B. B. Owen Park › November 18, 2010
B+
Easy and fun! Enjoy the sounds of an urban environment. Lots of old players frequent that course and it hosts many minis.
Twin Parks Country ClubPark Hill › November 18, 2010
A
Come pay a minute fee for camping and some golf and hang out with wonderful hosts. Watch out for herds of elk! It's situated on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. Lots of burly challenging shots. Have fun!
Twin Parks Country ClubParkshire › November 18, 2010
A
Come pay a minute fee for camping and some golf and hang out with wonderful hosts. Watch out for herds of elk! It's situated on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. Lots of burly challenging shots. Have fun!
Veteran's Park › November 18, 2010
A
VP is a nice city park. There's lots of hills and gnarly brush for the front nine. The back nine is a different world of rolling hills and green grass. The park used to be a landfill thus the features and the sparkly glass which is pretty=)
Lester Lorch ParkBeaver › November 18, 2010
A
A little easier than the Coyote but challeging and just as fun. Hills are everywhere. There's hardly a flat place in the area. Cedar Hill means cedars and hills. A big pond and creek come into play on hole 8 and 9.
Lester Lorch ParkCoyote › November 18, 2010
A
The Coyote is super fun. Get ready to hike and burn energy walking up and down. One must accurately navigate under and through many trees. Some holes are very challenging even to the best player. You'll need every shot in your bag.
North Lake Park › November 18, 2010
B
Not exactly a well designed course, but one must play where the chains are. Locals can throw far because most of the holes are wide open and 400ft+. A big levee makes for some elevation shots. The wind is often stiff. Lots of college kids play and the course is fun because the people are fun. A few Denton local businesses have tournaments usually for charity. Yes bring water in the summer.
Lake Lewisville Park › November 18, 2010
A
Lake Park has a great disc golf scene and a challenging but fair course to play.
It hosts A-B tier events. It has a wide variety of shots that need to be accurate and often under the trees. The lake makes for a pretty backdrop to the front nine. There's huge concrete tee pads. There's only one mando (Hole 10) and the lake and a wire dividing the course and the road deliniate OB. The road that bisects the course is close to many holes. You don't have to start on hole one. It's nice. Camping is adjacent to the course.