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Pros: Set on a beautiful campus that is well maintained
Very close to Little Lehigh Parkway and Jordan Creek, which are must play courses if in the area
Muhlenberg has intrammural "Frisbee Golf" as a spring sport, so if you are a student it would be a nice way to meet other players.
Sport Camps for kids during the summer include "frisbee golf" (boys and girls 6-13yo)
Cons: This is an object course (wooded posts or actual objects if you know the original layout) with natural tees.
Tough to navigate (maps can be located at the campus safety office, lower level of Prosser Hall) and pedestrians are a serious issue.
Many blind shots (dangerous with students if school is in session as well as parked cars and hitting buildings)
Other Thoughts: This is a course that is mainly played by students with Lids, which is much safer as pedestrians and cars are everywhere if playing while school is in session.
If you do go to Muhlenberg, or enjoy playing with lids, this is a great course to play on. If you play actual Disc Golf you should skip this course and go to the World Class courses nearby. This course should not be played with actual discs are it's very likely you'll hit someone, a car, or a building. This course is fun with friends just wanting to have a good time, especially late at night when people are not walking on campus and the campus is pretty well lit. As this course is not for set just for disc golf, instead being a course put on a college campus, the flow is awkward so do bring a map.
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