8 Helpful / 0 Not
This Course Has That Neglected Feel!
Pros: Hi, my name is Tiffany Dan Dahvee Open Space but my friends (The Monterry Bay Stinging Jelly Fish) called me Tiffi. They used to like me and would take pretty bitchin good care of me. They would groom me. I used to have 18 baskets, nice concrete tee signs, on-line maps that told players where to play my voluptuous holes and even a cool signature hole under a tunnel. I was a pretty popular with the discin crowd in the MB area.
Cons: Then this new tramp called Ryan's Ranch suddenly appeared. She had bigger hills, bigger gullies, more room for parking. Suddenly, she's the new hottie course around the bay, getting all this attention. Everybody's spending all their time with her. She even got some of my baskets. Took all my players! They haven't even bothered to change my on-line information or map. They don't care about me anymore. I'm old news!
Other Thoughts: The only ones who visit me anymore are the homeless dudes hanging out or the course baggers who haven't heard my sad story. Maybe an occasional family I'm lame as wing tips. I'm as cool as my parents. I'm so yesterday. I'm not popular anymore.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nothing comes to mind.
Cons: First, it's hard to find the course. Considering that it's near MPC and a shopping center and could see baskets once adjacent to it, I spent a good solid half hour riding around trying to find parking and where to start. That's was with a map. I found the tee for hole 1, and the basket was dead ahead, very short. After that, I had no idea. I asked the one other group I saw, they pointed out the first 5 holes and said it would be obviius after that. It wasn't. I spent several hours trying to get through the course and finally gave up because it just wasn't fun wandering around trying to figure out where to go next. I did encounter one hole that had a homeless looking guy and his dog that could have interfered with play, so I passed not wanting to throw in to him.
Other Thoughts: I was exteremly disapointed with this course. This was my first foray into scouting a course on my own, and I guess I must have been spoiled by the 2 courses that I have played with freinds. I imagine it could be a fun and challenging course if you know it, but it was neither on the first time with no guide or group to follow. There is some decent terrain change once you get away from the first 7 or 8 holes - if you vcan figure out where to go. There is a walking path that interferes with a good portion of the first 7 or 8 that can be problematic. Tee boxes are not well defined. Would not recommend it without a guide.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
This one is rough
Pros: I don't really have any. And I'm really sorry for that, honestly
Cons: Course is hard to navigate. Markers are broken. Tee boxes are no obvious at all.
I have not been able to play #3 because of the homeless people who refuse to move away from the basket.
At one point you're in a ravine where you have no idea where to throw. It's about 5 feet wide. If you are outside of 5 feet you are in a ton of poison ivy. It seems as though it wasn't well thought out.
Other Thoughts: This course is great for people who know the course and are extremely talented. If you are new to the course or sport.....good luck.
Go online and download the course map. Even that is confusing. Also wear pants because of the poison ivy where some of the baskets are located.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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