If anyone is ever in the Dallas area and looking for a fun course relatively close to downtown, you should check out Fritz park in Irving , TX (not very far from Texas Stadium).
I played for 3 years in Dallas and never checked this course out until this past weekend when I was in town. It's only a 9-holer, but on Saturdays the locals bring out an extra basket and set up an alternate tee for each hole, making it a 20 hole layout for their mini.
The course is one of the oldest in Dallas, installed in the early 80s. Its a greenbelt-style course...one creek running through the middle of the park, mostly low land with some elevation around the outer edges of the course. Very green, lush grass - just enough big & old trees to make it interesting, but not too challenging. There's a little pond with a fountain that you throw across on one shot, another where you throw out across the creek to a basket sitting right on the edge of the water...but for the most part, the holes are all midrange shots. Very nice park for a relaxing game, but just enough challenge to keep you thinking.
Minis are on Saturday - 10am for singles, 2:30pm for dubs. There are a lot of old-school freestylers that play out there...vey friendly, awesome crowd! My first time out there and I felt like part of the family. Go check it out!
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