Temp: 37. felt like 34
Winds E @ 4 mph
I got here early in the morning during Spring Break. The campus was very quiet. As I drove up the road from Highway 81 I went by a Walmart. A little farther up I saw a basket under a tree close to the road near the first building I saw. It ended up being basket #1. I parked in the first lot I saw which ended up working very well as the 1st tee is tucked into the V of the building straight south of the east edge of that parking lot.
As I warmed up, I saw a bit more of the course. Fortunately, it was already mapped in the UDisc app so getting around was no problem. There is no sign or course map posted. There are tee markers in the ground in the form of 2 cement blocks painted yellow/gold and labeled.
I enjoyed my round and while it wasn’t heavily challenging, it did make you think a number of times as you stood on the tee. It would make a great warm up course before running across the highway to the Concordia Airport course or some good fun if you were limited on time. if you want to play this course when school is in session, be careful for people traffic and if there are athletic events in progress, a couple holes may not be playable.
Hole 1 is about 250' down hill and the ground drops off just past the basket. There is also a tree in play.
Hole 2 is straight, but about 40’ out are low hanging trees. It opens up on the other side where you’ll see the basket about 25’ on other side of some cement and railing. The hole runs uphill slightly the whole way.
Hole 3 is 560' with the tee elevated significantly but drops off to flat most of the way. The basket is close to the ball field and long jump pit.
Hole 4 plays about 315' with a skinny fairway that has trees on the left and drop off (ridge) on the right. There is really no big trouble although the ball field is on the right.
Hole 5 is 267' slightly uphill with the basket about 10' above tee. It is tucked into the corner of some evergreen trees.
Hole 6 is flat and straight about 320' with trees lining the right side and a parking lot on left side. There is plenty of space and neither the trees or lot should be an issue.
Hole 7 is about 350’ long with a tee elevated above the basket. It drops off fairly quickly and levels out. The fairway is pretty skinny as it runs between a row of trees on the left and a soccer field on the right. There is a big net to keep soccer balls out of the trees with may help keep your discs out as well. Even though I’m not a real long thrower, I managed to get past the net. The basket is located near the scoreboard.
Hole 8 is 285' long and straight with a low hanging evergreen close to tee and another about 2/3 the way to the tee. Lefties will have a problem and righties are not much better.
Hole 9 is only about 220' with two big evergreens in front of tee. If a lefty can go low (6’) under the branches they'll be fine. A righty will probably need to do a bigger hyzer.