Fall in New England
Pros: Tully Lake is a beautiful location and I really liked how the course winds through the dam, the woods, and along the spillway. Excellent tee boxes. The hole signs were good, but not accurate on a couple of the holes. People had left new tee placement in Sharpie so was OK. Nice mix of open, wooded and alley shots. Water comes in to play on 1 and 3.
Cons: The biggest problem for first timers is layout. There are really no signs leading you to the next hole. Part of problem is it is fall so leaves obscure what are probably obvious paths in the summer. Also there are a bunch of holes where you cannot see the basket so drives were confusing. part of this is not a ton of faith in the tee signs.
Other Thoughts: Easy to get too, it is right on Rte 32. 1st tee is near parking lot. Oh keep in mind that 10-13 are on the other side of the road. All and all a nice course that could use a bit better signage. And at least on this Saturday afternoon, pretty heavily played. There were lots of people out playing and we let 4-5 groups go past our foursome.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: -Diversity(water,woods,uphill,downhill,short and long shots) - First hole eats discs especially newbies like me - Free - Easy to navigate - Easy to find - Fun
Cons: - Only flat tee is #1 the rest are rocky dirt - #10,11,12,13 are in dark woods kind of dismal feel - lots of logs and brush around could be cleaned up for a more proper feel
Other Thoughts: If tee areas were flat and not rocky dirt course would be worthy
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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