4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is probably the most fun of any of the elementary school courses that I've played. I wouldn't have said that after the first two holes. A wide-open shot 90-foot shot across a field. A 200-foot similar shot. But then the course actually veers into the woods. Yes, the shots are short. Very short. But there are some tight channels to throw down. Though little more than upshots, at least these are interesting upshots.
There are some more open shots at the end but the open shots here are well-maintained and look much nice than those at similar courses. I think it has the potential to provide a great introduction to the game for kids, mostly because of how interesting the holes are. They won't be making throw after throw across open space, especially since most holes are under 100 feet. (If this were close to the highway, it'd be worth a stop for those that want ace runs.)
I also appreciated how much the course stayed away from parts of school property that could be damaged or would often feature other student activities.
Cons: The major issue is the tree down across the middle of the fairway that at this point, I would assume is never going to be removed. On the one hand, it's not a big deal, no one is here for an elite experience. On the other, kids are going to trying to cross this hazard.
A third of the tee shots are approaches. The course is an elementary course.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Fun beginner course
Pros: Great for beginners with a mix of open holes and a few wooded ones.
Cons: Since the course is next to an Elementary School, I am not sure if there is access during school hours. Basket 6 was gone when I went so i just played 2 basket for hole 6
Other Thoughts: Some holes are really short, so I made my own tees to make it more interesting
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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