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My first course behind a bar!
Pros: The design of this course is well thought out and challenging for a Nine-holer. You will navigate a small field and woods along a small creek, and hillside that really packs a nice punch or variety for such a small layout. Nothing is too long, or too difficult to scare beginners away - except perhaps the creek, which may gobble up discs if running high. The course is picturesque and very quiet, as it (and the saloon) reside outside of town in the countryside.
The saloon was a very welcome part of my experience, and marvelous way to end my round. They make pizzas here, so I would highly recommend the calzone they serve!
Cons: This probably doesn't apply to all seasons, but the course had recently been bombed by a huge snowstorm and many limbs and trees were down. The bridge between 5 & 6 was impassable too. I did not rate the course lower due to this, but it was a con on the day I visited, due to the rough conditions and extra walking.
Other Thoughts: This course has a lot of potential, and I would recommend alternate tee pads or even more holes to make this a disc destination (you could even say the alternate tee pads would be holes 10-18). As it stands, the course is quite short, and your round is over before you know it. It would be nice to have more shots/holes to play to make the drive out of town more appealing! The bar certainly adds something extra, but since the design of the course is solid, adding more to it would bring this place to the next level!
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