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Pros: You don't have to worry about crowding here. Public access is restricted and not very many military personnel playing. You could be only one the course so you can take you time and enjoy your round. I like playing longer courses to challenge my arm so this was nice because most holes are well over 300' and some are more than 400'. Also, the constant wind is good training for throwing various wind shots. All holes do have concrete tee pads. Basket numbers match holes. Useful for getting around course.
Cons: Very flat course with few obstacles. I like the length of the course but weaker arms would definitely struggle here. Course is not well marked. You can figure it out without a map, but takes some work. There were a few holes where the next tee pads were quite a distance from the last basket. Most challenging aspect is the wind! In fact, the wind is such a factor that it offsets the lack of obstacles. You have to be on top of your game and know how to play the wind to be successful here.
Other Thoughts: At first glance this looks like a boring course, but the wind and distance I mentioned above can make this a very challenging course. The wind blowing your discs around definitely tests your mental toughness because it can get quite frustrating. Playing this course could make a good learning experience and training.
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