All the Shots
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: My friends and I would call this our home course and it is fun and you need to bring all the shots. The front nine is shorter and requires tactful tee shots while the back 9 offers more chances to grip and rip with some par 4 and length but the wind is a factor more here than the front 9. Recently the course has seen some trimming of trees on 3, 4, 8, 16, and 17 which ease the tension of finding your disc but takes the skillset level down a tad. Signature hole to me is 4 where the right side of the big tree and camp house is OB, a branch to the left of the tee box makes it difficult to cut left to right and around the tree, and water also sits on the left. However, recent trimming can afford a player to now go under the tree branches and through the clearing (where this wasn't possible previously)
Cons: Sometimes cars are parked on the 5th tee box area in front and sports teams are using the soccer field on 6. Call ahead to check. Course navigation on some holes is challenge (1 and 5) and I think the basket for 18 is missing so it appears the 9th hole basket takes it's place
Other Thoughts: This is a good course to work on your game but also will find challenges for some better players
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easy to get find from Hwy 60. Called ahead to verify play was available. Upon arriving staff was very helpful with maps and hole locations. Course has a good flow to it, fairways were manicured. Front 9 played short and accurate and leads to the back 9 monster holes.
Cons: Calling and verifying though easy still not a just get in your car and go to course. Small tee pads .
Other Thoughts: I agree with previous reviews about holes 17 & 18 needing a little more trimming but very challenging. All in all loved playing the course and will be back.
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