Not worth it
Pros: - Distance is great for younger kids (under 10) that haven't thrown before.
- Never busy
Cons: -No signage
-Short range drives
-No challenge for any type of player
-Very few technical shots / trees
Other Thoughts: Went here in the first year of playing Disc Golf to check out the course and even as a beginner it was not challenging. I would not bother with this course unless you just have no where else to go in the area.
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plan for safari
Pros: 18 holes
A family of four; and a mother and young son; were the others playing; when we visited. Course is good for introduction to youngsters. This is a middle school.
Back nine gets a little more interesting; and could be played for some nice safari. Hills are involved.
Safari here could be rather enjoyable. It did not appear the course is played heavily.
Cons: Natural tees.
Front nine incredibly short as designed. You throw from a yellow circle cement stone implanted in the ground. No signs on the front; so, look for the yellow circles. The first one will seem amazingly short; but is correct.
Many of the front pins are under 100 feet.
Back nine is longer; but, still short; with one hole perhaps getting to 275 ft.
Other Thoughts: Front nine has numbers on baskets. Back nine has numbers on tee signs; but none on baskets. Wood marker embedded in ground at front end of tee on back nine.
Homemade baskets very near to Machs.
We played track as OB and I had four circles on the front nine (which essentially plays around the track).
We also played a mando through the goal posts; from a tricky angle/ on the front. A circle 5 with track also involved and a double circle 7 were recorded! (There is creative fun to be had here.)
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