Where it all begain
Pros: - huge variety of shots
- 5+ tee options on most holes
- great history here, for any disc golf fans
Cons: - a few of the tee pads are difficult to locate
- gun range close by is quite noise-y
Other Thoughts: Knowing that this course was created by the man himself, Steady Ed, I had high expectations. I was not let down. It is a fantastic course with a ton of variety, not just in the holes themselves but also the tee "set" options. Having the spinning wheel near hole one is a terrific way to randomize the tee options you play and create even more variety. The terrain here is not forgiving, especially the grabby manzanita trees; I consider most of this a challenge rather than a annoyance. The only exception to this is the obnoxious sticker burrs that WILL get stuck in your pants/socks/leg hairs if you have any throws that don't land in a favorable location. Regardless, the course is more than worth it and after playing it three times in two days, I still greatly enjoyed it. The historic pre-basket pole targets are cool addition as well.
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Thank you steady ed for an AWESOME course!
Pros: Very open, lots of open and fun shots with challenging bends and hills that make this course one of the best. Every hole is marked with a sign at the tee pad also every tee has up to 5 some holes have 6 alternate tee pads. Also there are multiple hole locations. Also has a water mister on hole 12 to keep you cool on hot days.
Cons: The all natural pads can cause you to slip at times. maybe too many tee pad locations, which can be a bit confusing at first.
Other Thoughts: play on a beautiful sunny day. Also bring water and food, and allow plenty of time to play this course.
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