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MacGregor Park

Part Number MacGregor Park
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Great casual play course. This is the first course I ever played on when it first went up in the late 90's during my studies at UH. front 10 holes twist and turn through the large trees giving you a chance to really develop your disc control. Holes on the back 8 are much longer adn runa long teh edge of the bayou for a couple. i think it is 16 that really gives you a chance to go for distance (and also losing a disc to the dreaded Braes Bayou...just let it go, trust me). Be aware of your surrondings in the park as it used by a lot of people other than disc golfers. 
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Feature: Houston, TX
Feature: Driving Directions
Feature: 1997
Feature: 21
Feature 5 Yes / No
Feature 7


Lately on the weekends it is very packed and a little hard to get a full round in without being interrupted by a family that decides to set up 'camp' in the middle of the course. 1st sunday of the month lately is also a lowrider car meet. parking becomes a premium trust me, you will stick out compared to the rest of the crowd. but if you frequent the UH area, this is a hidden gem. and can delier some premium people watching during your game. hands down my favorite course in the houston area.(I do not consider shawshank a houston park)
Customer Reviews
Rating GREAT BEGINNER/CASUAL PLAY COURSE
 
I first picked up a disc when I worked at the University of Houston. On lunch break one day, I went to the park to escape for an hour. There I saw the only sport to "turn me on" in many years. As a neophyte, barely knowing how to throw in the right direction, I found this course absolutely delightful and have been going ever since. Friendly disc golfers play in groups or solo. Great place to practice, learn and improve. Trees are shady and challenging - great to learn how to work your disc! Also a great place to "test drive" (pun intended) new discs. No fear of water traps, except if you get real wild near the bayou on the back nine. Not too crowded. College crowd and old farts like me that need stress relief from time to time! A little woods in the middle of the city - easily accessed from I45.
  Reviewed by:   from Mac Gregor Park, Houston, TX . on 7/22/2010
5/5
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