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Big boy course
Pros: Very well maintained course as it is shared with golfers. There are many wide open shots with great, rolling hills that offer great hole diversity! Also, a few holes had ice water in coolers - a very welcome sight during a hot day!
Cons: The course had quite a few muddy areas but there had been a large storm the night before so this was expected. The drainage was good and all of the tees and baskets were well out of the way of standing water. I would suggest that the owners coordinate pouring concrete slabs for tees because the rubber ones were quite slippery and, at times, uneven.
My biggest con of the course were the baskets. Im not sure if they were cheap pins but more than once they stole what would have been nice puts because the rim of the pin (below the chains) seemed to be smaller than usual.
Other Thoughts: All in all, A great course - the $8 dollars is completely worth it! I will definately be back
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Bring your arm!
Pros: Majority of holes are over 600 feet. This is a nine hole course with two tee pads and two pins per hole, so you could actually play 36 different holes here. Well maintained, no trash on the course, this is not a crowded course during the cold weather.
Cons: Tee pads can be slick in the rain, but if you dont mind going from the side... theres no problem with that. There is one particular hole that plays over a large pond, ill just say that if there is any wind at all, go to the drop zone on the other side of the water.
Other Thoughts: This is a very fun course. I played it in the freezing rain for almost 8 hours so I didn't get a good feel of the course. I would definately reccomend playing this course though. You will definately have a good time.
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