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Pros: Great Course, New Rubber Tee Pads, Aerial Map at First Tee, 2 Practice Areas, Great Tee Signs, 2 Sets of High Quality Baskets on each hole, Good Paths between holes. The woods portion can be tough, lots of trees to hit, however each hole has a fairway that can be thrown onto.
Cons: The course is in a park so you will encounter walkers and bikers and lots of people with dogs. Hole 15 is in the dog park section of the park and can cause a delay to play. Occasionally a couple of the baskets will be moved around though always near where the tee sign says the will be.
Hole 1 is out of the woods, Holes 2-13 are in the woods, 14-18 are out of the woods. There is a water fountain near the tees for 18 and 15. A few course photos can be found here:
All in all a tough but rewarding course.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course was just installed with new, huge rubber tee-pads and some great new pins. The new pins allow for a pro and a regular layout. The signage is excellent, it was my first time playing and I never had any problem finding a hole. The layout is mostly wooded and was fairly challenging, but provided a good mix of shots and played pretty fair, good shots set you up nicely, but hit a tree and you'll have trouble saving par a lot of the time. There are also a few practice baskets where you can work on putting.
Cons: There are LOTS of trees on this course, with only a few shots where you can really bomb it, it could be a little frustrating for beginners.This is a multi-use park and can get crowded at times with families and people walking their dogs.
Other Thoughts: This is a high quality course that I really enjoyed playing and gave me a tough lesson in accuracy. It is in great shape and if you are in the area I highly recommend that you come and play it.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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