2 Helpful / 0 Not
Tough course to review
Pros: Almost every hole is laid out well. There is a good variety of open and wooded holes as well as some long bomber holes and some short ace runs. There is a mixed bag of different types of tee pads. Some are concrete, some asphalt, some natural, some were a large grippy type of coco mat.
The baskets are all homemade and very well built. All baskets are marked well with a large placard on top with the hole number and other info.
Cons: This is where I could seriously slam this course. The layout was horrible. You criss cross the course on several occasions. Finding the first tee, let alone the next tee takes some time. and the layout is not intuitive. Although they say there is water, I never saw any that came into play except a small drainage ditch. We never found the 10th tee box.
This is a multi use park and none of the other park goers we encountered seemed to have any clue as to what we were doing.
Be mindful of the rabbit warrens. There are several throughout the course and these are large rabbits digging woodchuck sized holes. A disc could easily wind up in one and old burrows covered by leaves could be a an ankle breaker.
Go EARLY in the day. During the first round there weren't many other people in the park but by mid afternoon the park was getting a lot of use making playing difficult.
Other Thoughts: It was tough not to rate this course higher because I traveled so far to play it. But the sad reality is that while very playable hole by hole the layout is atrocious.
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