3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Has the potential to be a really good course, but needs a LOT of work. More variety on the back 9 than on the front, and the views are frequently spectacular. One water hole comes into play on 17, and is a nasty one.
Cons: As the other reviewer points out so well, this course needs maintenance BADLY. No tee pads to speak of, not even a well worn spot on the ground in many cases. Often you are teeing off in knee high schule, or standing in vines and weeds hoping not to trip over a sapling stump.
Be sure and print out an online map if you can before visiting, it will be a big help in navigating. I don't know what we would have done without it. This course also needs to be renumbered. The front nine and back nine need to be switched, but until then, I suggest you start with 10, and then go on to 1 after you finish hole 18, and it will flow much better (although you will still end up a long walk back to your car when you are finished).
Bring lots of bug spray, a map, and enough money for you and your guests ($12 bucks for car and driver and $4 for every additional passenger -- might be worth doing the old drive-in trick of hiding the rest of the foursome in the trunk) -- or better yet, bring a fishing pole and swim trunks and a picnic basket and make an entire day of it to get your money's worth, because the disc golf alone ain't worth the price of admission.
Other Thoughts: Be prepared to spend a lot of time playing this course, most of it spent searching for lost discs.
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