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Pros: I loved holes 3 and 7 because they were different than the others. #3 is a blind shot over a hill, and #7 is a blind shot around one of the huge clump of evergreen trees found on the course. The course had a good amount of different holes so it didn't get boring. I also liked the alternate tee pads. I don't usually see those. The trees were all big with high branches so there wasn't much of a chance to get your disc stuck in them. The course flowed well and I had no trouble finding the baskets or the next tee sign. There wasn't any playground equipment, sidewalks, picnic areas, etc. on the course so it looks as if you won't be bothered very often by non dg players.
Cons: There were more short holes than long which made the course less challenging. There was a little drainage ditch running right through the middle of the course and looks like it could turn into a mud pit if it ever rained. Although I didn't play the alternate tees, I did look for them and many were difficult to find. Smitcraft did do a good job explaining them though, if you take the time to print off his review and bring it with you.
Other Thoughts: Although the little tiny ponds were easy to fish your disc out of, they were also very murky and could be difficult to find. It's a decent course for its size. Holes 8, 9, 1, and 2 go north and holes 3,4,5,6, and 7 all go south so the course makes a big oval.
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