#6
Bring tall socks or or pants, it’s thorny out there.Use bright discs though or they may get lost.All pins double up, marked well and bright yellow to they are easy to spotThe holes are clearly marked
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About the Course
A beautiful, heavily wooded course in the lush hills behind Mingus Park. Plenty of elevation change, with uphill, downhill, and straight holes. A shorter course requiring accurate lines. Hole #6 is a “top of the world” shot. Course has 9 pins with 2 tee pads making 18 different shots. Tricky pin placements on the side of a hill or mount can make for interesting play. The foliage and ruff away from the fairway can be dense. An extremely picturesque , and serene course that is in town, yet seems like you’re in the hills.
9 Holes
concrete Tees
Yellow Standard Baskets Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 1993

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froseidon
@froseidon
Nov 26, 2022
3.5
"Short, but tough course. Really have to hit tight lines and bring a friend. Hills make it easy to lose discs if they roll"
dg80542
@dg80542
Nov 13, 2022
4.0
"Lost a blue Aviar on hole 3. Rolled away to wherever🙃🤣"
setherickson
@setherickson
Oct 10, 2022
4.5
"For such a small, simple course, it’s a lot of fun. It keeps you engaged with some tight lines and tricky shots, but it’s not too hard for a beginner to not have a great time "
jdh60462
@jdh60462
Sep 19, 2022
4.0
"Nice course with brand new baskets. There is enough room with some configuration to get a full 18 holes since the city has 9 extra baskets"

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