7 Helpful / 1 Not
Technical and short.
Pros: 1) Nice use of the rolling woody terrain.
2) Nice baskets and nice painted posts that help you find the next hole fairly easily.
3) 5 holes in the deep woods makes for some interesting shot making. The fairways are tight if there even is a true line to the basket. I have to doubt that anyone has made a hole in one on #8 but there are some posted, because there is clearly no route to the basket
4) Course is moderately beginner friendly. The tight holes might be a little too much for a newbie, but they are short enough it won't frustrate those that have played other tight courses.
5) I found a $5 bill on #2, so this course will always stay in my memory! I looked for a donation box but couldn;t find it anywhere!
Cons: 1) Posts aren't always right next to the tee, they are used more as a visual to find where you are headed.
2) Tees are horrible, they are all muddy and worn out. Mulch would be better than nothing.
3) Fairways are not clearly defined. There are no clear routes to a few of the baskets. You have to use your imagination a little too much. I like a challenge but clearly a few of the smaller trees should be removed.
Other Thoughts: This was a decent little course to play. I made a loop of 5 new courses (for me)starting in Grafton at Lime Kiln, Tendick Nature Park in Saukville, here, then on to Woodlawn in Hartford and Erin go Bragh in Thompson. I would rank this one as #4 out of the 5.
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