Variety of shots. A number of wide open holes interspersed with wooded holes, some shots require some mild lines left or right.
Concrete tees. On every hole, relatively level and in good shape.
Baskets. All in good shape.
Amenities. Large parking area, playground, and bathrooms.
Elevation. What elevation the park has is used relatively well.
Ace opportunites. Every hole can be reached in one by most, presenting plenty of opportunities for an ace run and every hole should be birdiable.
Beginner friendly. This would be a great place to be introduced to the sport, not too long for small arms, it would be difficult to lose a disc, and there is opportunity to learn different shots.
Not crowded. Besides the occasional person on the walking trail, I saw nobody on this course.
Well maintained. The course was very clean, the fairways were mowed, and everything was in good shape.
Pedestrians. On a number of occasions I had to wait for *slow* pedestrians to make their way past on the walking trail.
Bathroom. Hole 6, I just imagine letting my drive rip just as someone is stepping out the door of the bathroom, they would never know what hit them.
Short. Every hole was 2-300 feet, not much variety of distance.
An enjoyable quick 9 holes provides an opportunity for practicing short lines. I’d recommend it if passing through the area – makes a great combination day with Mound Creek, Mayflower, and Plum creek.