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Great 6 Hole Night Course
Pros: Well Kept with no Rough
Can be Played at Night
Only Six Holes
Other Thoughts: Located on a picturesque campus, the Western KY University DGC offers a 6-hole course which winds around several of the campus's residence halls. The course begins at PFT the tallest building on campus (and in Bowling Green). Because it is located near the residence halls, the grass is always mowed and it is always well lit. This allows the course to be played entirely at night without the use of glow discs or LEDs.
The course has virtually no rough and makes use of trees, buildings, and sidewalks as obstacles. WKU DGC is geared for beginners, but also offers a couple of challenges for the experienced player. There are technical challenges as well as a distance challenge on #5. Also, be careful not to throw your disc into on coming traffic on fairway #5. Other hazards include brick buildings, windows, disc-scuffing sidewalks, and the occasional pedestrian. Parking is difficult when school is in session; therefore, I recommend playing this course in the summer. If you do not have a parking pass, you may park on the street near basket #2. WKU DGC offers a lot of variety for a 6-hole course. It is both fun and unique, especially at night.
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