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Pros: this is a large coarse, with camping and other recreational activities near, the front 9 now have concrete t boxes for advanded and recreation
Cons: can be very wind at times
needs more trash cans
some picknick tables
Other Thoughts: they hold a Steady Edd tournament every year and are soon starting a summer leage
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Awesome and challenging!
Pros: -A course of good distance, no super short holes and one that is 572 feet
-A great mix of open and wooded holes, the open ones always have a few trees and the ever present SD wind to negotiate with
-Wooded holes are usually fair, they are not luck shots
-Baskets are Mach 3 and are great
-Pretty easy to follow layout
-Course is harder- meant for more advanced players
-Host of a few good tourneys per year including one this past weekend
-Adequate parking, bathrooms, garbage cans, water, etc
-Multiple pin locations, i assume they rotate them
-Scorecards and map available in office
-Course is maintained very well by the state, a pro of pay to play courses
-Some memorable holes for me: #2 a shorter toss over a small swampy area to a pin to the left. Two trees rise from the swampy area as a challenge. #7 572 feet with a left dogleg, barely managed to get a three with a lucky approach and good putt.
#11 huge dogleg left, impossible to ace, must be very patient with this hole
#12 one of the shorter holes with a hidden pin on the left side
#13 long with a tight fairway and punishment for leaving it
#16 pretty open but a tight grove of trees surround the hole
Cons: -No map, yardage, etc on tee signs (you do get a map with all this and scorecard at office)
-Can lose a disc in the tall prarie grass that lines most fairways
-Distances were probably not right on the scorecard given by the park office, just seemed a little off
-Tees are natural, not in bad shape but could be improved
-Just a little elevation.
-Could be a pro or con; this is a SD state rec area and costs 4 dollars per person or 6 dollars per vehicle or 28 dollars for a vehicle season pass.
Other Thoughts: This is no beginners course. Most holes present decent challenge to players of all levels. If they had signage and concrete tees this course would be a 4.5 for sure. Awesome course. There is only one other decent course for miles any direction so if you're here play it for sure. When the first reviewer played here it was a 9 holer and not as good so take that into consideration when looking at reviews.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Was changed from a mediocre 9 hole to an excellent 18 in the last year. Lots of different shots from open long to tight short. Alternate pins and tees for every hole. Can be confusing if its your first time playing it. Make sure to grab a map. Scorecards with distances and public pars. Bathroom, water and a "bait shop" within walking distance where you can grab a bite to eat, bug spray which you rarely need) or some sort of flavored drink. Hole 7 is close to 600 feet with a wide open fairway allowing you to give it all you got. Most of the holes give you a couple options while the others have one way to get there but is fairly forgiving if you miss.
Cons: The one and only problem I've ever had with this course is the tees. Some of the alternates aren't marked and even after playing it 20+ times I still have trouble remembering where they are. Some sort of permanent tee pad would improve this course immensely.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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