Waterworks park, Kansas city, MO. Hole #1. Played the wide open this year and was in intermediate and we played waterworks on the second day. We walked onto hole 1 before we started and my jaw dropped... Its on top of a hill that has a fairly steep grade sloping from right to left and also sloping away from the tee-pad ( if that makes any sense). So, its a bit over 400 ft, huge trees on each side of you about 150-200 ft out and the basket is way down the grade to the left.. after throwing it a couple times I saw that its the perfect anhyzer shot for a righty. I prefered a max weight orc thrown fairly hard. Cuts right first, splits both trees and then comes back and hauls ass on down the grade towards the basket... if yer lucky : ) --- and KC has plenty more where that came from. if you want to plan a trip to a disc golf mecca then kc should be in the top 5 areas to consider. You can go to Rosedale park (badass 36 hole) which is centrally located as far as the area golf courses go, and you can get to 16 different courses within a 30 min drive. Thanx for reading, and may you all be blessed with birdes and aces : ) Heres a link for a pic of the hole but it does no justce... http://www.dgcoursereview.com/gallery.php?id=86&mode=gal#
Flip City in Shelby Michigan. And although there are some EXTREMELY beautiful holes that stand out as the best, it's the entirety of the layout, grooming, impromptu sculptures and love that has been put forth by Bill McKenzie that makes Flip City one of the best.