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One of my favorites
Pros: This course will make you better. While short, most holes demand precision along with a cool head. The low canopy and tight lines can frustrate even the most experienced disc golfer. Hole 9 allows for a big arm and little accuracy followed by a fun shot over the ball field on 10. After that, you're back in the woods. Most of the course can be played with little more than a putter but getting off of the fairways can punish you and punish you big. In the fall and winter it is not uncommon to see deer roaming the course. Beautiful place to play.
Cons: The summer months are particularly rough because the bugs are horrible, I wouldn't recommend the course between May and September but if you're up for it, the added foliage in the summer months demands even more accuracy. The Murray baskets out there can also throw a disc right back at you. Putt with some conviction on those holes or you run the risk of a solid putt becoming a solid two-putt. I had the opportunity to play a tournament on this course and while the locals were fun to play with, none of them had anything particularly nice to say about one another. If you find yourself in a tournament here, don't pay attention to the petty politics. You're out there throwing frisbees for god's sake.
Other Thoughts: It's a $17 round trip so the best way to go is to take a friend or two with you. I highly recommend it. It's a fun course and those that care for it put their own time and money into it so it deserves your respect. There's trash cans at every hole so there's no excuse for junking the course up. Have fun!
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