0 Helpful / 2 Not
better options in the area
Pros: Its a disc golf course
In a wooded setting
Cons: completely overgrown with weeds and poison ivy. not well marked, hard to play with the amount of trees and brush in the way
Other Thoughts: We left after 9 holes and went to another course where we were told its basically a winter course
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well marked, Alternate tee positions, basket (#12) located on a island surrounded by a swamp. good dormat season course to play.
Cons: fairways as wide a a foot, over grown in the warmer months, strange looking baskets, some of them very rusty. hand made bridges that weren't stable and we're only 8 inches wide, course built in a swamp, thus lots of mosquito's, # 3 faiway adjacent to a very active train track
Other Thoughts: I'd suggest using only one disc in the warmer weather months (so if you lose it you wouldn't feel as bad as if you lost more on this course). #18 basket well was atleast 6 feet tall. If your a short player, find a stick.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Some unique features-raised pin, water hazards, train. Has signs.
Cons: Dirt/mud pit tees, poison ivy is everywhere, even in the middle of the fairway and under baskets so avoid the course if at all allergic. Train track in play and active-can be dangerous or hard to play around a moving train! Buggy. A basket is raised on a pole-higher than PDGA standards would allow for an event, with no stairs to climb up, so short to average height people would literally have to find a stick to knock their disc out after putting-that's just embarrassing and silly.
Other Thoughts: Avoid it-there's better close by and it's too rough and ivy filled to bother with. I didn't enjoy it at all.
9 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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