8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course is located on a recreational property so there is plenty for your family, and you to do other than disc golf. There is a playground, basketball and tennis court, as well as baseball and soccer fields on the premisis. The property is very well manicured and almost impossible to lose he course is wide open the basket positions are very challanging and tucked into what little woods were there. There are several ace races available. Innova Disccatcher portable baskets are in good shape.
Cons: NO SIGNAGE! There are no next tee signs and even for someone who has played the course quite a few times (my guide) it was confusing finding the next tee. The tee boxes are spray painted lines and numbers on the grass. Some of the holes are right next to/shoot over the sports fields.
Other Thoughts: Fun course, but no signage and poor design hold it back. Favors RHBH.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Wanted: Tee Markers
Pros: This course gives you a good reason to visit this gorgeous area of Vermont. Right off the interstate but deep in the wooded hills. The course sits in a quiet park in a quiet town. Good variety of hole length, with trees coming in to play on several (generally open) holes. Nice kiosk with ample map/scorecards available for pickup.
Cons: NO TEES! This is not an expense to spare when planting a course. Inexplicably, the scorecard lists two precise distances for each hole, as though there were actual tees and permanent pin placements, neither of which exist. When baskets are movable and tees are made up as you go (based on a simple overhead map), it's really hard to even evaluate a course's layout quality at all.
Other Thoughts: Stop for lunch at Stella's restaurant, just down the road (at the "big" intersection in town). Tasty food and pleasant, small-town feel.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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