Today for the first time I shot the new course at (Brown) Mary Beth Doyle Park. The baskets are not in yet, but the poles are. It's been something like a three and a half year wait to get my old home course back in the ground. Sadly, at the LAST minute (the day they began pouring cement), the city took away our holes #1-5 by the water, ruining years of planning and designing and hundreds of hours of my dad's hard work. (I had almost nothing to do with the new layout ).
Thanks to their last second screw-up, the new course is VERY short and jam-packed, with several nearly crossing fairways, and some tee pads within a jump from other tee pads or baskets. The option to put in less than 18 hole or use any more of the park was not there so don't be tough on it in your reviews, it's the city's fault.
18 holes now take up the space formerly used by 13 holes, and now with dual tees on some. Mostly open, mixed with a few tight woods holes and plenty of short shrubbery and bushes to throw into and around. Tall grass lined fairways on a few holes, with an asphalt path OB several times. More parking than before is nice.
Course #1,068 (as it is a new park landscape, new park name, new course design with zero holes the same, new baskets and new tees, I believe it does qualify as a separate course from Brown Park).