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Pros: Long tees offer 3240 yardage.
Tees again not worn in (nearby Millcreek and Point Rock Park's tees are also quite pristine. This means you can make a day trip of this area and really enjoy a nice, quiet day of years gone by, course to yourself, golf.)
Cons: Tees are posts in the ground. They do have a number on top to let you know which one you're at; but, no yardage, or even an arrow showing direction.
There is a box for maps at beginning of course; but was empty.
As noted in the Sford's review; holes #6, 7, and #8, until the bucket; were extremely swampy. This must be a common theme. (It was quite rainy the day we were there, though).
Other Thoughts: Wind was a huge factor the first 3 holes. May be fairly normal for this course; thus, adding a difficulty level. The course challenged the two of us; and though I only gave it a two; this has a lot to do with the swampiness of three holes, the poor signage, and the fact that it's a nine. We did negotiate it fine with the posts though. I will probably come back and perhaps bump it up .5.
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