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Pros: The course is in James White Park, which had few users other than the 10 disc golfers I saw. I met some very helpful locals.
Each hole has a natural tee pad and a wooden sign with the flight path and distance routered into the wood.
Most pins were visible from the tee, and it was easy to figure out where the next tee was once you completed a hole. The first 9 are in one area, the next 9 start across the street, then loop back to finish near hole #4.
There are usually multiple options to attack each hole, which I find appealing.
Cons: Mosquitoes. They love me, and I had to spray well and cover up. It is very shaded and I played in the early evening, so it gets cool and the ground seems perpetually moist.
Other Thoughts: I played it in about an hour and shot a 49 with no bogeys. Locals shoot anywhere from 46 on up. If you're in this neck of the woods, stop by and enjoy it.
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Pros: Second course I ever played and it is a really nice well groomed and extremely fun course. The holes with mandatory shots are also worth noting. Again, very fun course.
Cons: Not sure if this course has any cons. Easier course when compared to Cranbrook.
Other Thoughts: The annual disc golf tournaments and this course are a blast. Go out of your way to go to this one, a lot of great people come out not to mention it's a ton of fun with lots of prizes and give-a-ways.
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