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Pros: -nice mix of open vs. wooded, long bombs vs. short skilled shots.
-duel concete tees.
-unless it has rained a bunch, the fairways are in good condition
Cons: -needs benches.
-people need to quit stealing the signs!!!
Other Thoughts: first course i played. play it a couple times a week. first time i played i was cursing #13 and #17. now these are my favorite holes. the lines ARE there to get birdies, u just have to hit them. like brianmtown20 said "thats disc golf"!! unless its your first time playing the sport, it has nothing to do with luck. see the line, know your discs and hit it.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Big Community Park
A tale of two courses here: the front nine is mostly wide open and the back nine is tight and reasonably wooded. This gives a nice balance of technical vs. bomber holes. The front nine also loops back to the parking area so you can restock if necessary. Dual concrete tees here give advanced and rec players skill appropriate tee pads. Quality baskets still in good shape. Not a lot of elevation, but the open fields challenge the wind. Ample parking and restrooms available.
Posted distance on hole #9 is about 100' short of what it really is. Hole #17 is a ping-pong hole that needs some trees cleared out to make a legit fairway; as it is now that hole is more luck than skill. The tee pads here are just a bit short, I had to compact my x-step or I was falling off the front of the boxes.
Hole #15 could use a Mando through the gap, otherwise the alternate route around the left side makes the hole completely different and easier. Sawyer is a solid Intermediate level course, as you get to the Advanced and up levels I suspect the better players will be bored with the repetitive holes.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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