I have made it..800 courses.
Stillwater, OK- Boomer Lake:Mix of long and medium holes in a slightly hilly, open park setting nearby a lake. There is only one water hazard, hole #6, a 200' to clear water ace run hole with an alt. tee for those who fear it. A 730' hole playing downhill, with busy 4 lane road on left and park road on right but little to no trees is signature. Poorly marked due to vandals, and hard to find- the directions were flat out written wrong. Unmarked poles that used to hold signs mark tees that sometimes don't face the basket, which has no number either. I sorta fixed all that with a Sharpie. A low rock wall must be crossed 3 times, with trees lining it on both sides. Well maintained, cement tees.
Stillwater, OK- Hoyt Grove:The future of disc golf, as in the parks systems won't keep mowing our courses as gas prices rise unless the course is in part of the park used by other people. The few tee signs in existence show mowed grass as the entire course, now it exists as up to 8' high grass lining fairways, sometimes only mowed 10' wide. Very easy to lose a disc off the fairway, and combined with low branches, the grass gets so high it can actually block the route to the pin. Hole #7 has a hidden creek to the left that can't be seen from the tee, I'm really glad I didn't end up left of the fairway and lose a disc because of that. Minor poison ivy. Lots of holes in the 300' range, shooting through tree tunnels and a few partially open, plenty of woods though. Poorly marked due to vandals also, maybe only 6 signs still there, hard to even tell where the first tee was. But despite that, and due to the grass not being mowed well, it's easy to follow just take the mowed path. Semi-worth playing even in rough shape, hopefully they'll bring it back to life someday.
Tulsa, OK- McClure:My 800th course at current count. I played with Mike and Rick. It was a 2006 Am Worlds course, probably a different layout though. Also most signs ruined by vandals, leaving unmarked metal signs without #'s. Even hole #1 does not indicate it is the first hole, and is hard to find under a tree tucked between two buildings and not visible from the street or parking lot. Well maintained lush green grassy park, mix of wide open, a few trees per hole and some tighter holes. It has a few super short holes, and a few really long 500' or so holes. A creek comes into play, signs say it can flood the entire park and be dangerous, but was currently clear and shallow, easy to retrieve a disc from. Some small hill, road/houses OB. Good layout forcing variety of shots, wind is a factor.