9 Helpful / 0 Not
Disc Golf Bliss
Pros: Breathtaking beauty.
Perfect variety of holes and perfect use of elevation changes. An even amount of downward and upward holes and the elevation is used exactly as it should be on each hole.
Professional-level scorecards with a map of the holes, footage of each hole, and par for each hole.
Recreational as well as "Pro" tees. Well marked paths guide you to each tee.
Virtually impossible to lose a disc.
Cons: You have to "check-in" at the front desk of the hotel to request a shuttle. I guess they thought I was a guest because they said there's no fee and the website says it's $7. Not real sure on that one...
It took 20 minutes for the shuttle to get there and another five minutes from there to get to the first tee.
The shuttle is a full-sized van, so if you're playing with seven people or more, you'll need multiple shuttles.
It's possible to walk to the first tee but you had better be in peak physical shape to even attempt it.
Walking uphill in sand can become tiresome on a couple of holes.
No place to put trash so there is a lot of trash scattered all over the course.
Other Thoughts: I think I have a new favorite course :)
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: A great course if you like hiking and disc golfing. each hole is great with its own special needs. beautifull course and great for people who want a chalenge. Holes are long and the only short ones are in the woods.
Cons: No map. hard to find your way around. but once you figure it out you get used to it.
Other Thoughts: I had to keep asking the park manager where the next tee was. This was the first ever course that i played this is where i discovered the game. Almost like flip city but without the rocks. bring somthing to drink unless you think you can go 18 holes without water or somthing. very beautiful.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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