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Pros: This course is a cool little disc golf complex. It has nice tee pads and baskets. Cool little pro shop with some rental discs for newbies. Good mix of holes with some tight fairways which require lots of touch and placement. I took a first timer here and he was able to get a few pars, while still providing a fun challenge to a more experienced player.
Cons: After the first 4 holes I almost quit. They are unimaginative open field holes and I thought if the whole course is like this it would not be worth playing. The course enters the woods after that and becomes more fun and charming so I am glad I stuck it out. There are nothing wrong with the field holes in themselves, but back to back like that at the beginning, while being a nice opportunity to warm up, were not a good introduction to an otherwise very nice course. It would be nice if they were in the middle of the round to break up some of the time spent in the woods.
A little lacking in tee signs. They do have the distance and doglegs of the hole written on the tee pads but on the blind holes this was not enough to feel confident throwing.
Other Thoughts: Overall this is a fun course to play. It is a little short but very challenging. It seems there is a nice disc golf community in the area and I can imagine the leagues and doubles nights are fun.
If you are on your game you can post a very low score here, but if you are not hitting your lines the course will punish you.
This was a fun place to stop on my way through Maine and would definitely play it again.
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