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What a cool setup!
Pros: My first Mini DGC experience, so I rate it a solid 4. Interesting how the mini courses differ from the big courses.
- Cool layout. Talk about taking advantage of the area. Linc had crammed one heck of a cool course into his yard. Some really wild holes, including "big arm" shots.
- Use of water with the rive deep in his back yard is cool.
- Ground holes, a different thing with mini -- is cool, too.
- Creative holes. It makes you think about your shots because there is OB and "island" greens.
Cons: - Pads (a few). Without being with the owner and others, I wouldn't have known where to shoot from!
- Some of the OBs can really hurt you (scoring wise).
Other Thoughts: This is a creative place. And being it was my first date with a mini course, one I'll remember. Enjoyed playing here. Hopefully you get to play with the owner, too -- he's quite the character! An enjoyable round here and I look forward to playing here again on my next trip to the area!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Mushroom Manor Mini Disc Golf Course
Pros: Very interesting mix of holes and OBs. Makes for a very challenging and fun game play. Several course layouts available with each being unique. I am also a Mini Disc Golf Course owner and feel that owner of the Mushroom Manor MDGC, "Linc Morgan" has done a FANTASTIC job with the course layouts. It is always a pleasure to play with Linc at the Mushroom Manor Mini Course. We play there every 3rd Thursday of the month from Jan-Dec. at 6:00 pm. Wait till you see the "IRON SPORES" basket. Very creative and fun. Good for beginners and Pros alike.
Cons: Like mine, it is a private course and you must call ahead to play.
Other Thoughts: The Mushroom Manor Mini Disc Golf Course is a Premier Mini experice in the purest meaning of the phrase. Linc Morgan is a dedicated promoter of all things Disc related and has been a driving influence in Mini Disc Golf and the Mini Disc Golf Federation for many years. I am glad to call him "Friend". respecfully Submitted, Donnie Brooks MDGF#.00001
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
FUN ON SHROOMS
Pros: - Easy to navigate with map
- Excellent baskets and interesting Mini GTs
- Loaner discs available at the start of the course(make sure to return them)
- Well mantained and landscaped property
- Great mix of challenge from over water to OB areas, and a variety of hole types.
- Lights up for night Mini DG
Cons: - no Hole info or visible navigation on the course, need map
Other Thoughts: This is rated against other Mini DG courses.
I spent the day in Lancaster so I played all the mini and full sized courses in the area and this one was one of the funnest courses over all that I played that day. I got to meet and play a round with the owner Linc Morgan and what a great guy he was. The course is layed out through Linc's yard and it's fantasticly landscaped. The tee stones could be more visible but after a round or two they were easy to find. He had drawn me a map in case he wasn't there but after one round it wasn't needed. I really enjoyed the course as it uses his entire yard to make some great holes with an interesting mix of shots. The OBs add a great touch to the course making thinks a bit more challenge on a few holes, like the stream down the right side on two and the island green on 8. It really balanced a few more technical shots with some that are fairly open, but it is still a great course for beginners and kids as well. Linc also got a little creative with his signature Iron Spores basket and his Mini GTs(ground targets). The Mini GTs are a fun new alternative which make it play a little bit more like ball golf.
This was a great course and a really fun time. Makes me want a mini course in my back yard.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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