Pros: NIce disc catcher baskets. Dual tee pads, Every hole has a "Beginner" tee & an "Advanced" tee. Great layout out with big elevation change on every hole. Doglegs, bomber shots and technicality all mixed into a diverse 9 Hole buried in the San Juan mountains. Good thought put into the design of this course.
Cons: Course plays through a resort so can, presumably, get busy at times. Signage is lacking, Each pad is marked but without true directional signage.Your first time here can be a bit confusing finding your way, especially finding Hole 7, even with a map. (7's basket is buried up in the trees to your left, deep past the the hill and ski-lift, 450 feet).
Other Thoughts: This course is a true beauty buried up in the San Juan Mountains. And although it is a 9 hole course you while get all the elevation change, distance and technicality you can hope for. Not horribly challenging but will still requrie your A game to shoot well here. Dirt pads, common for a mountain course. The pond, you play over on Hole 6, is a "No Retrieve Pond' so, if you go in your Disc is considered gone. I played this course in mid-spring before the summer tourism rush and it was absolutely ideal. The guys in the greeting office were excellent and were more than helpful in 'mapping' out the course! Bring water and enjoy your surroundings, cus it's hard to beat this view on this one! If you are traveling along HWY 550 in southern Colorado (Durango to Silverton) this one is worth the stop!
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