Veterans Park

Alabaster, Alabama     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + collin pody › March 5, 2015
A-
It is a great new course it just holds water very well.
-  +0 votes  + Jay B › September 13, 2015
A-
Really nice course, first time playing so I don't have any frame of reference except what I've seen online. Lots of open straight courses, about 6 or 7 challenging courses. Pretty good for practicing drives.
-  +0 votes  + Joseph Prokop › October 13, 2015
C
This is a nice wide open layout. There are very few heavily wooded holes. This is a "grip and rip" style of course. Pack your driver!
-  +0 votes  + Alan Hester › February 10, 2016
C+
Most holes are wide open, several holes stay pretty wet most of the year so plan on getting your shoes muddy. A few short holes in the trees. A really good course to practice on but if I would not drive out of my way to play here.
-  +0 votes  + Bobby Webb Sr. › March 6, 2016
B-
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Lenker › July 11, 2017
C
A very beginner-friendly course with wide open holes, most under 300 feet. Not a lot of variety here, and it is not often maintained well. Pack a few fairway drivers but your mid-ranges will get some heavy use. VetZilla, a 9-hole, par-36 version, is very enjoyable if you have some extra time after your normal round.
-  +0 votes  + Mark Blazer › February 27, 2018
C-
A simplistic city park course. PROS: + RECREATIONAL FRIENDLY + At 4,500 feet, and with simple obstacles, newer thru recreational players will like this course. There are a couple longer holes, to test and encourage the development of a bigger arm. There are a few short technical plays to test and encourage the development of greater accuracy. The hazards are minimal with just one small creek coming into play on a shot or two and a couple of areas with moderate overgrowth. + ACEABILITY + ...
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-  +0 votes  + Lawrence Hinkle › February 12, 2019
B-
A little wet on hole 3,4,and 7 when it has rained in the past month. Good practice coarse to test your drives. Safe, restrooms, and a skate park nearby. Some people say not for advanced, but even advanced players need a play to hone their drives without searching for a disc.
-  +0 votes  + Sam H › December 1, 2018
D
Can you throw the disc in an open field between distances of 300-400 feet? If yes, then Veterans Park is right for you.

Overall I found the course pretty boring. 14 of the 18 holes are wide open, unobstructed field shots ranging from about 280-380 feet. The few woods shots are all under 200 feet and if you can throw in even somewhat of a straight line you're good.

The course itself plays in a very nice park with baseball fields, a dog park, and skate park. Great place to go for a walk. Unexciting place to play disc golf.