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Pros: -The course is now an 18 hole course!
-Two sides of the course with each helping a different style of player ex. technical then big arm
-The back 9 baskets are brand new dga's
-All 18 baskets have bright red number markers
-I love holes 12 and 16 both medium to long rhbh with both baskets being under trees makes a long drive have to be accurate instead of grip and rip.
-No baskets are really in the wide open except 13 and 18, each has the basket guarded... I like!
Cons: -The teepads are natural and they need work. Some are not level and have tree roots growing through them. The back nine tees are not worn in yet
-11 and 18's tees dont make sense... behind trees
-The gravel on top of 8's hill is disc destroying territory.
-Lack of signage and visible tee markers
-Not one trashcan
-Single chained baskets sometimes spit the discs out, not the case on the back
Other Thoughts: The course is on a dry campus so becareful drinking on the course. If the teepads were concrete and it had signage this would be a really good course.With the new 9 hopefully the University will add the little things to improve the course ex. trashcans and signs, maybe even just level the old natural pads. Watch your discs to the right of holes 1-4, it is a huge ditch with a creek at the bottom but to get to the creek you must pass through a jungle. Also to the left of 10-12 is really thick so watch rhbh.
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