4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: I feel as though the purpose of this course is to teach the basics of the game of disc golf, so that people in the area can acquire the skills they need to play the course in Söhnstetten, which is less than 5 miles away.
The good news (and the only pro over Söhnstetten), is that this course is open year round, whereas the course in Söhnstetten closes for winter because it's a skiing place.
There's a nice restaurant on site, and if you go across the street, you can walk through the Felsenmeer, which I think is more memorable and attractive than the course here.
Cons: The cons from the course information page speak for themselves. 6 baskets that have an average feet of under 170 feet does not make this an attractive location for a disc golfing vacation. Fun fact, this is actually the shortest course in Germany.
The walk from #3 to #4 requires you to go back 3 holes and 6's fairway goes through #5's green. In terms of design, I feel like that's looked down upon.
Kind of tricky to get to because it's not by any big cities or anything...
The only time when this course is remotely attractive is when it's in its 12-hole set up for the Wental Challenge.
Other Thoughts: This short, but technical, course isn't going to be worth it for anyone reading this review on the site. Go to Söhnstetten (I rated it 4.5), and play it as much as you can.
I realize I mention the course in Söhnstetten more than Wental itself, but it really outshines this course. Wental is really nothing extraordinary at all.
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