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About the Course
Mostly flat Light woods and open fields Water in play on 5 holes Occupies half of a 60 acre park, with mostly open holes, some curving into the woods along. Cane Creek is in play on hole 2, with wetland in play on holes 6, 7, 8, and 9. Seasonal blackberries for snacking. This course is built mostly along walking trails and you will likely have to wait a while for pedestrians. Most of the tees have become rutted out and uneven, and some of the baskets are broken (2’s cage is bent, 1’s sits oddly close to the ground, and 9’s cage is too close to the top band, making it rather squatty) If you are looking for a fun round to spend a day, I would recommend that you just find another course. If you are looking for a good course for field work, this could work pretty good.
9 Holes
gravel Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2001
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Restroom Available

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Oct 17, 2022
"Unplayable on a nice day even during the week with the baskets on the walking trail. Nice field work location. "
Oct 16, 2022
"Plays along a tree line and walking path. Then across busy fields. Bad design. Good drive practice for beginners."
Aug 31, 2022
"Worse now than when I played it 10 years ago. Not a good design, too many pedestrians, no upkeep. Literally like they just threw some pins in the ground and called it good. Baskets are single chained, graffitied and bent… Throwing practice throws in the field at a target is the best use of the space. "
Aug 22, 2022
"Bad tee pads (just jumps of gravel) signage and park is lazy, says some holes are over 500’ and still par 3s. The Udisc pars are better."


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