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Pros: This is a fairly short, mostly open course located on a community college campus. The course has DISCatcher baskets which are in good shape. You can see the big sign with the disc golf rules and etiquette from the parking lot which signals where to start. From there, navigation is fairly intuitive as long as you look for the wooded tee signs with the hole numbers painted on them.
Design wise, it is strictly an amateur level course. It is mostly open, with well placed tees and baskets forcing certain shots around trees and other obstacles on most of the holes. I played the course on a weekend, so I only saw 1 other group the entire round, but I can imagine that it gets played frequently during the week by novice level players.
Cons: The course can get very muddy in some places after a lot of rain. There are no benches and the tee pads are natural, so several of these were also nice and muddy. The tee signs do not contain the distances. Personally, from the perspective of an experienced player, I felt a little more could be done with the design, but it is a good course for what it was intended.
Other Thoughts: Having attended college here before there was a course, I am familiar with the amount of land they had to work with and who designed the course. It is a fun little course that is great for its intents and purposes: to introduce disc golf to college kids. If this sounds like your kind of course or if you are just passing through, then I would say it is worth playing. However, if you are an experienced player traveling and seeking out good courses to play, you would probably be better served by going elsewhere.
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