Front 9 is easier and more open back 9 is a difficult but really fun and beautiful course. Overall this is one I will definitely be coming back to regularly.
Mixed use, Public park
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Like almost any course that is in a public park, this one is an afterthought to the park management. They plopped in some baskets and tee posts and called it done. Which is a shame because it has some otherwise lovely shots. Typical fairways on walking paths which is dangerous due to lack of signage and general public disc golf knowledge. I believe that if more parks invested more in their dg courses than just the cost of the baskets ( time, knowledge of the game, maintenance, etc.) then these parks would be able to attract more players and therefore more visitors to their parks.
Great experience on our travels, definitely worth the trip.
The course was better than what was expected. Have always played somewhere different based on perception, based on comments of others. That was a mistake. If your a first timer the front nine is long. For an average arm, par shpuld be the goal. The back nine is in the woods and where you can score. Scenery is second to none. U/Disc app is a must on this course. Signage on all holes. A lot of distances are wrong. Earthen and turf tees over the course. Not a showstopper. I will definitely play there again. Give it a shot...
After playing Main
Good mixture of woods and open shots; however, most of the shots are similar.
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