Beginner friendly course. Front nine uses some elevation changes which is nice. Parks trees are groomed and are still maturing and short. Back nine is much longer which is nice for the "grip it and rip it" type of throwing. The back nine does have some water to contend with. Concrete tee pads on every hole with some just being redone this summer (2022). Shorter tee pads than some other courses Overall not bad.
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Warm-up front 9. Pretty wide open. Rough can be gnarly if you hit the wrong spots. Back 9 has more variety, yet still beginner friendly. Concrete tees seem short. Few trash cans that tend to be overflowing. Not a bad course, just not a destination course.
Needs longer tee pads and some control on the wild parsnip.
Front 9 is easier than the back. Lost two of my favorite discs in the tall grass. Should be a little better maintained so discs aren’t lost.
They trimmed up the grass through the entire coarse. Very open and easy front nine. Tucked away back nine is much more challenging. If you get par you had a good day.
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