Yes I have, damn Rotarians.
The name is Kanza Park just north, of 15th street off 59 highway/main street. Look for the sign on the west side, parking on the right. First hole right by the parking lot, going north
I'm sure they meant well. KCFDC old timer Mark Martin told me he designed the course. I can't imagine why they didn't take his suggestions.
To the uninitiated, the "teepads" are about a 3' long triangle pointing to the basket, unmarked, and pretty much not visible from the preceding basket, especially in high grass.
The course layout is OK, but lies in a creekbed that also acts as flood control, so be aware if you visit after a local downpour.
The park is nice and has many amenities, walk/bike paved trail, kids areas, water, parking and diligent federales, (just sayin' see thread, alcohol/bottles). The park itself acts as a central recreational conduit from downtown almost to I-35, so the park is long and skinny. The walk/bike trail advocates seem to understand the disc golf influence and will stop and watch as you may cross paths. Or maybe its fear for their own protection. Wow it just hit me, Thats
why they wear helmets, even the walkers. There is local college population that plays.http://www.kansasdiscgolf.com/kdga/content/view/71/27/