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Top Knotch Playin Field
Pros: This course offers a multitude of different heights, angles, and terrain. Being set in the woods offers a relief on a windy or rainy day, but still gives you a chance to test out your strength against mother nature on some of the back 9. All holes are a respectable length for any beginner or pro player, with optional tees for either devision. This is one of my favorite courses in the surrounding area because of its versatility, and its over all length. All fairways are either a pretty sharp shot or bigger than would have expected. Teepads are all big enough to get a could run off and the signs might be sub par but you can see for yourself what shot needs to be made. Difficulty levels on this course are well balanced between holes with ditches, and a few water hazards. The park is open for animals as well and is greatly shaded from prying eyes and the wind.
Cons: Lots and lots of trees, but hey its disc golf. Also, I have never gotten a call from anyone when I lost a disc down there... so, don't expect to have nice people find it and help you out, thats a rarity.
Other Thoughts: There have been several events on this course that have been a blast, and in the heat of the summer, the river is just a walk down the road and you can take full advantage of your $2 spent with a short dip to relax your playing muscles. If you ever plan on playing in Mobile, definitely check this course out, it makes the area so much more enjoyable.
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