7 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: If you want to get away from the high foot traffic and constant waits of other courses, this course will deliver. You will most likely be the only person out there on a normal day. Having the course to yourself, you can play at any pace you desire, which sometimes out weighs the bad things about this course. All the boxes are concrete, which is VERY NICE if you don't get to play on them often. If you normally play on flat courses, you are in for a treat because this course is all about elevation change. Twin Parks Country Club is also private property, therefore you can partake in various adult activities without penalty.
Cons: Now for the BAD. If you are not someone who can throw a drive at least 350ft at about 20 plus feet off the ground you do not want to play this course. Most of the holes do not have fairways that you can approach by a low ceiling drive. Speaking of fairways there isn't any for the most part. You tee from the tops of hills and drive into a rocky, juniper covered landscape. Once you find your drive(if you do) you dont have clear lines to approach the basket unless you hit these little secret landing areas. Now for the big arms, all you need is a stable driver and your set because you can literally throw 18 big hyzer drives, you will be bored ****less. Bring some gum to chew, because that will be more fun. If you are left handed, you are in for a real fun time because you have to be a righty to hit most of the secret landing areas. On top of playing a course that is all rock, it is generally very windy on the Hill so bring something stable because you will be throwing high into the sky and will be at the mercy of the wind.
Other Thoughts: Play the Shire, it's not a great course but it is more like a course. Rather than playing hide and seek with your drives on the Hill. Twin Parks Country Club has so much land to play with, they should be able to produce quality courses. My thoughts on the Hill, move the blue tees so us big arms can't get away with throwing a big hyzer on ever hole. Work on making defined fairways to test skill not just raw power. Make the secret landing zones on the hill shots not so secret, people should have targets to focus on, not just the tops of trees.
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