Pros: Nice signs at tees. Interesting holes. Not so overgrown that it would upset. It is possible to play alone and do not lose any discs.
Cons: No really long holes.
Other Thoughts: Alle holes are in the woods, precise play required.
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Pros: This course has a nice forest setting. It has a lot of tight technical shots which I am a fan of. There was also some subtle elevation changes to make things interesting.
Cons: This course has an unfinished feel to it. At first glance it seems like a bunch of baskets installed in the woods. The holes are hard to find because there is a lot of under growth, no teepads and only a few very makeshift signs. Take a look at the picture of hole 4 to see what I mean.
Other Thoughts: I was playing by myself but couldn't finish because I couldn't find all the holes. I was also turned off because of the high prospect of losing a disc due to the heavy underbrush. This course has a lot of potential and could benefit immensely from some signs and some clearing of some of the underbrush.
UPDATE: I had a chance to re-play this course with a few friends in the early spring. The trees and plants hadn't blossomed yet which created much more room to play with. It actually made this course more enjoyable and playable. If you're planning on playing this course I recommend playing in early Spring or in late Fall.
Because I've now seen that this course is playable without a guide when the underbrush isn't so thick, I upgraded my rating to from 1.0 - Poor to 1.5 - Passable.
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