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Pros: The course has had 9 tee pads added and some baskets moved around since the pictures were taken. It's now a double-9. Starr is a great mix of shots. Long hyzer bombs, long turnovers, tight wooded shots, it'll surprise you if you give it a chance!
Cons: Flypads. The tee for 14 got chewed up by a lawnmower a couple years ago. If you don't know where it's at, you won't find it. There's a 10 inch by 10 inch chunk of it that's USUALLY where the pad should be. There's a mini-railroad setup that if you REALLY hit hard will leave a ding in your disc. The first weekend of each summer month those tracks are taken up by some old guys who run their trains on them. The local golfers have a long standing agreement not to play the course those weekends. Please honor it and respect these guys. Some of them are crotchety old men, but for the most part they're cool.
Other Thoughts: Most people say Wagner park around the corner is a far better course than Starr, simply because part of the course is down in a valley. They call the 10 foot difference a "challenging elevation change". Wagner has less variety in the shots required, and most of the holes there are less difficult than the ones at Starr.
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