4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course is right on a nine hole ball course and is well maintained other then a few areas where they do not care much for the disc golfers. Hole five sits on top of a hill parallel to hole 3 for the ball golfers. if you look at the yards for the ball golfers it is 220 yards. That equates to 660 ft for us disc golfers. I would say that has to be at least a par 4. The rest could be a par 3. The lakes add to the beauty of the course.
Cons: You are no longer allowed to rent the carts. I was really bummed when I was told that the whole way up there I was looking forward to renting one because I never was on a cart for disc golf. Signs are marked where the tees are and you can see where to throw. Baskets are not too hard to find. The down fall is there is nothing telling you how far it is and no pars marked.
Other Thoughts: All in all I liked the course other then it was raining the whole time.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: This one is not a hard course, but more less a pratice course. The longest tee is 5 , and im gonna guess its well over 500ft. There are 2 hidden holes between 4 & 5 located in the woods. Looks like they were just thrown together in hurry. The setting is beautiful, The lakes Don't get in the way to much, unless you try to get cute....then i would worry.
Has a bar and grille and you can rent golf carts for 5 bucks
Cons: No tee pads.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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