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Course photoCourse photoExtremely overgrown and tee is almost hidden due to weeds. Like this on over half of the holes.Course photo
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Good conditions
A bit of poison ivy but very playable! Use UDisc for hole layouts, tees do not have them
2 days ago
About the course
Mostly open 20-hole par 62 course with 2 fully wooded holes, and 6 partially wooded. There are seasonal water hazards on up to 6 holes, but most are dried up by late spring. Most basket locations are on slopes due to the many sharp elevation changes, making for some very challenging approach shots. Greens are fairly small, typically sloped, and the course pushes golfers to use both hyzer and anhyzer (or forehand) to minimize downhill roll/skip when landing close to the basket. The hilly open course invites wind, which can be swirling in holes 3-7, 16-18 and further increases difficulty. The mowed fairways (where they exist) are more like paths (8-20ft wide) unless they overlap with sporting fields. You’ll often need to tread through long grass on side hills to find your disc, so shoes and socks or even long pants are recommended. White fencing on holes 9-12 indicates OB, forcing decisions on shot shape. Porta potties are available at the lot between the 18th green and 1st Tee. Some parking areas for other sports that are played in the park can interfere with hole 7, & 19. In late spring thru early summer, the course tends to get rather overgrown, making it very difficult to locate some shots. Greens are tightly mowed though, so precise approaches are rewarded. White fencing provides OB on several holes in the middle 6, making it even more challenging. Overall, this course is very well designed with the serious disc golfer in mind. There are two alternate 9-hole par 4 courses as well, making it possible to throw an arm disintegrating 12,000 ft. par 72 18 hole layout. The course includes both Professional and Amateur tee boxes on most hole, although the amateur
20 Holes
rubber Tees
ChainStar Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2004
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
No drinking water available
Restroom available

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May 16, 2023
"grass too long left me feeling buggy"
Apr 24, 2023
"Definitely needs tee signs (udisc helps) but course is in good shape. Lots of death putts and inclines. Good change of pace from a lot if the wooded courses around it as the course is pretty open."
Jan 1, 2023
"Wow! What a gem!! Definitely worth checking out in the spring or during the 50 plus degree winter days! "
Dec 12, 2022
"Too many steep hills "


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