Hardest Course I've Played
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Built by former world champ Johnny Sias.
-Extremely challenging and technical.
-Good hole length. A few 200's, many 300's and 400's+.
-Hilly terrain (WV mountains).
-Teepads are dirt, but decent length and mostly flat.
-Johnny will most likely play with you to show you the course.
Cons: -Poor signage (not an issue if Johnny is playing).
-Definitely NOT a beginner friendly course. Super heavily wooded.
Other Thoughts: If your game is decent, you should really call Johnny and go play this place. Even if it's just to get to play a round with a former world champion. He's a super nice guy and fun to talk with (plus he's really good at disc golf). The course is very heavily wooded with many insanely tight fairways. Other courses have holes with lots of trees, but not many have a 600 ft hole in the shape of a question mark with two sets of mandos that's a par 6 with lots of trees. This place will make you, break you, or a little bit of both. So definitely check it out, but ONLY if your game is decent. You don't need to throw 500 ft, but you do need to be accurate.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 34 Not
Pros: Extremely good game conditioning course...
Legitimate par 4's and 5's...
Be ready for a hiking work out!
Not for beginners.....
Cons: I don't live closer...
Other Thoughts: 1986 DGWC Johnny Sias' Home course!
5 of 39 people found this review helpful.
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