1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Good course to start out on. Teaches you the ropes of throwing in the woods and they aren't very long holes. Then you get to throw some bombs on the back 9. Concrete boxes and signs are always a plus.
Cons: When it rains and the creek gets water it comes into play. Pedestrians come into play on the back 9. Thats about it. Not too many negatives.
Other Thoughts: Good starter course. I enjoy playing it.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Damn it's hot...
Pros: It was a pretty short course that made good use of the land it sat on. Front 9 weave through a typical NC forest, tall narrow loblolly pines. Back nine partially open after hole 12. Navigation was pretty easy to find next tee as well as the basket you're throwing to without walking too far.
Cons: No elevation change what so ever. Signs weren't in great shape, although the distance was pretty visible/accurate.
Other Thoughts: Lots of trees on the front. If you like tunnel shots, you'll like the front of this course. It's a pretty good beginner course as the front gets newbies used to trees while the back allows them to let loose and rip. Nothing over 350 though from what i remember. I had fun even though it was almost 100 degrees.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: has both wooded for skill and open for power, allowes you to work on both parts of your game
Cons: after rain 1st 9 can have standing water, there is a large ditch that runs through the front 9, can be 5' deep in places, and can come into play a good bit.
Other Thoughts: This is a good course for starters and more advanced. The front 9 is heavly wooded; don't let the short holes mis-lead you, you are playing around the trees and ditch.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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