I finally played the Peoples Park course yesterday and I've got some feedback:
First and foremost, super kudos to all that have worked so hard to get this course up and running. This town could use three more courses, but one is a good start.
Second, I have to make note of the fact that all three courses, (Highbridge, Downriver and now, Peoples Park) reside atop historic areas. Downriver used to be a hotel/resort, Highbridge and Peoples Park were both railroad era boomtown neighborhoods filled with the laborers that built the two massive trestles that used to loom overhead. More importatnly, long before those concrete stanchions were dropped in the water, this little peninsula was a tribal fishing village for many generations. Many of the paths through the park have been walked on for centuries. Bearing that in mind, there should be the utmost care taken to keep this course tidy and well-respected.
On to the course... Love it. Not a lot of long holes, but lots of really technical shots. Great course to get beginners some good experience and make the big arms show they still know how be accurate. I'd say there is still some safety issues on 2, 3, and 4, but if people are careful, and a little brush is cleared out, it could work.
What I really wanted was a bigger map, so I made a new one...
I cut and pasted this map from bing in about 5 minutes and drew what seemed to be the current course--Kevin's setup with 15 going uphill instead of down--or as best as I could determine with the map I printed from the thread and the fact that the buckets on 2, 5. 14, 15 ,17 and 18 were missing, so my lines may be a bit off on some holes. (I've attached a blank version for those who want to mock up their own) There was also no surveyor's tape anywhere. You can see the detail of the park better at this angle and I eliminated the west bank from the picture (since it seems to be ruled out due to numerous logistic and safety reasons) so as to make the map slightly larger.
Use it, fix it, or make your own...it's all good.