Wind SW @ 7
I played this course early Saturday morning. I stayed in town overnight and as I came into town there was a huge car show. That should have been a red flag.
When I got to the park, there were a number of people, a large tent and several trailers starting to set up in the park in the fairways of holes 1 and 3. I threw out my normal prep and started throwing to get those holes done and out of their way.
It’s a nice looking park with some trees, shelters, play equipment, baseball field and a swimming pool. There is a road that splits the park into 2 parts. It was mowed and appeared to be well taken care of. There is a sign that includes the rules for recreational play and tee signs with yardage, par and a general look at the hole. The yardage is off GPS so it will be close but not exact.
Tee 1 is on the north side of the park next to the swimming pool. There is a walking path and light poles in fairway #1. I decided to count sidewalks and roads as OB to increase the difficulty.
Hole 2 goes across a parking lot and road but can be cleared. The basket is near the baseball field.
Hole 3 goes across the south edge of the north side of the park with the basket on the other side of some evergreen trees and up close to the swimming pool.
Tee 4 is south of Basket 3 and across the road. It’s one of the longest holes and the sign shows it going over part of the baseball field which I would think is OB. There are two trees in front of the tee pad along with a memorial sign so either you go over the field or you go right around the trees and sign lengthening the hole. As you go around the ball field the basket is tucked in close to the far side of the field.
Hole 5 is pretty short and you can’t see the basket which is close to a toddler swingset/playground.
Throwing Hole 6 you'd better have a low shot all the way which is about 230'. There are low trees which prohibit the disc from having much height. The basket is tucked in behind trees and close to a fence.
Hole 7 goes back to Tee 6 and has the same low shot. This basket is quite close to a shelter which could cause issues.
Hole 8 is LONG for this course. It runs to the west and if you follow the curb to the 2nd gazebo, the basket is a hard right around the parking lot. It is anchored in a little strip of grass with parking lot in front, fence in back and a tree on the right. If you throw right at the basket, the flight pattern is almost all OB over the parking lot.
You can find Tee 9 by walking across the parking lot towards the pool. If you look towards the pool you can see the basket is tucked into a couple of large old trees and close to the swimming pool.
The park isn’t very long, but really quite fun to play. The only hole I found to somewhat difficult was the 5th hole around the baseball field. It had length, trees and OB. Hole 8 could be an issue but I got a good drive and landed it on the strip hosting the basket for a birdie. The baskets were a bit older but in good shape. The tee pads are only 4' long but good news is they are flat with the ground so you can use space behind and in front of them. There were a couple of basket placements that could be issues because of manmade obstacles being used by people. It’s probably not a real busy park.