The final hole on the course is a good
hundred yards away. Turn towards the gate you probably entered
the park by, along the tarmac path. Right at the corner of the
lawn is the stump of a tree. It's at the end of a row of trees
along the far hedge, but not quite as far as the the one right
at the apex of the corner.
It's a long hole and is an appropriate
end to a good walk around the course. Beware of the fact that
this part of the lawn is often full of sunbathers, people playing
football and young children. The path on your left is out of
bounds, of course, so try and bring the frisbee into the centre
of the lawn.
IMPORTANT NOTE - TO WIN THIS HOLE, YOU
MUST REST THE FRISBEE ON TOP OF THE STUMP, NOT JUST HIT IT.
This can be frustrating, but makes a natural
end to the course - if you're in a close match, it can be decisive.
Remember to try and get as close as you can before attempting
to putt out - frisbees slide and if you think you can win with
a casual toss, you're going to be proven wrong. It's a harsh
par five, but a good strong drive should set you up well.