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needs new tee pads
Pros: Nice woods, with large trees and hills, often looking out at a lake that isn't really a hazard. Little to no thorns or ivy. Well marked, no map available yet but tees all there and descriptive. A challenge for all skill levels (pros will tear it up but still tough to execute shots exist). Several long holes allow for use of a driver once or twice.
Cons: TEE PADS: As stated before, they are made or LARGE gravel, without a frame. This makes it hard to even throw smooth from a standstill and literally impossible to get a smooth run-up at all, all 18 holes. Good luck not hurting yourself or even getting one great shot off without luck! This NEEDS to be fixed or this course will remain a miserable experience.
Some holes just didn't have a fairway, needed to be re-designed, a couple just need the tee moved 10' one way or the other to open up a great fairway.
Other Thoughts: Cost: 3$/car+ 2$/man. No 'car' fee on Wednesdays, but still go into office at entrance and pay for disc golf everytime, disc for sale there as well.
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