Here's my faves in no order:
- #6 at Jack Brooks (original course) - Nice open shot to a tee on the back side of a hill. I like it because it's the first non-tree basket on the course and it's nice to have an open throw.
- #2 at Seabrook - Tight with lots of trees, ditches and other hazards. Ike has opened it up a bit, so maybe an old favorite.
- #11 at MacGregor - Throwing to an unseen basket is a test of faith in your own skill.
- #18 at Jack Brooks - Just a spectacular basket with all sorts of terrain challenges. You really have to know what you're throwing.
- #4 at Zilker Park (Austin) - a nice uphill shot with lots of trees.
- #9 at Mazola - The threat of the bayou and the skyline towering over you make this a great last basket.
- #14 at Pleasure Island (Port Arthur) - The reeds on the right are the coolest place I have ever hunted a disc in. A great course after a night at the casinos in Louisiana.
Least favorite baskets:
- #7 & #8 at Seabrook - The thin strip of water has taken too many discs. That water is nasty.
- #4 at Jack Brooks (original course) - Still annoying to me.
- #16 at MacGregor - There needs to be at least one more hole in that fence.
- #'s > 4 in Pasadena (excluding #8) - The second half of Pasadena's course has a tragic lack of trees, but overall the course makes a wonderful introduction to disc golf for beginners, and my son loves it.
- Mason Park - Are there any baskets left?