2022-2023 major upgrades include: 6x12 concrete tee pads, 18 additional targets, 7 layouts, all new signage, clearly marked OB and Mandos, and a "tossed & found" box mounted near hole #1. Yellow course is novice friendly with a few challenge holes to grow on. Red course is designed for amateur to advanced. Park in the first lot on the right upon entering the park. The first concrete tee pad is across the road and up the hill next to the red barn. Practice basket is near the barn, across the lower driveway from the flagpole. Please be respectful of all walking paths/sports fields and use flyways defined in UDisc. Occasional impacts from others sporting events in the park should be expected. Discs placed in the "tossed & found" box can be claimed Wed evenings 4:30-5:30pm April 1-Oct 31st - otherwise post a msg on the group FB page listed as the course website, and a club coordinator can respond.
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
Nathan Buck or Lynn Bakerhttps://www.facebook.com/HersheyDG/
Nice tees and a tougher layout to the red baskets makes for a killer round here at Shank Park. Little more signage for next tee pad in areas, Udisc will get you where you need to go. Worth a stop if your in the area!
Nice course overall. Fairly open. Recommend playing yellow first time through. I was lucky enough to have a couple guides. Thanks Lucas and Nathan.
Hole 15 and 16 need a fairway. There is none. Also hole 6 need a fairway as well. Holes7 & 8 are huge arm throws that I don’t have so it’s hard to get a par.
Pretty boring straight to fade shots for most part and kinda open. Some of the new reds are great and some are awful 2,7,15,16. 12 is a lost disc, poison ivy and ticks
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