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Pros: Very good 9 hole course. There's no rough on this course, so you don't really have to worry about losing discs, except for in the water. The course is clean and has never been crowded any of the times that I've been there. The holes have good markers that have a picture of the hole layout on them. Overall it's a fun course to play.
Cons: It's only a 9 hole course. Dirt tee pads, but the dirt tees don't bother me. There's only one hole that you can really air it out on. And it's pretty flat.
Other Thoughts: Because it's only a 9 hole course and there's no rough it doesn't take very long to play. I always play it at least twice through when I go there. There are also no other courses within 20 miles. If it was 18 holes it would be a very good course.
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Pros: Fun 9 hole course. For the most part, very open but does provide for some skill shot opportunities, especially rollers and some very big trees to navigate around at times. What is unique about this course are the varying water hazards this course presents. Several holes have a backstop water hazard where too much of an arm could result in a wet disk. The other water holes have the hazard on the left side of the fairway. This course has a nice blend of short and long plus it's not very crowded.
Cons: The fact that it's only a nine hole course but one time I played it with a local and we played a make-shift back nine that the locals recognize. Also, cemented tee pads would be welcomed addition.
Other Thoughts: It has a nice core but if this course could be expanded to an 18 hole set up with some added challenges, it would be a great course to travel to and play a few rounds. I say that because it's only a 9 hole course out in the middle of an area where disc golfing is just starting to pick up some steam.
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