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Location, Location, Location
Pros: A disc golf course at a boy scout camp?! What a great idea! If I were the scoutmaster, I know where I'd be all week while the scouts were in merit badge classes. The baskets are all really nice, and the tee boxes aren't bad (concrete pads just wouldn't seem right at a Scout Camp, where all the land is multi-use)
Overall a pretty decent course. Many holes are wide open, but all have at least some little wrinkle to them. The wooded holes especially were very quirky and unique. A lot of beautiful, open holes on gently rolling hills that let you air out your drive (way better than just throwing in a field, because this one has baskets in it), though even the longest holes aren't that long. Nothing like the monster holes at Lakewood Hills & Bethel College.
Cons: Fairways were a bit in need of a mow when I played, and I pulled at least 25 ticks off me, during and after playing this course (twas the season). Par is almost too easy (I think its designed to be a fair par for 15yr old Boy Scouts not tournament players), so if you are a regular player, see how many strokes under par you can come out after 18.
Other Thoughts: Par is pretty easy. Pro par is whats listed from blue tees, regular par is from whites.
If this course is kept up, it will continue to be a very respectable course. However, it is possible some holes might be moved due to construction. Fortunately, there is plenty more space to move them to, and the holes back in the woods are the most memorable holes on this course anyways, so it could be an easy transition, even an upgrade if several of the wide open holes in the.field are moved, perhaps into the woods up towards the ROPES course???
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