Great advanced to pro level course
Pros: Great variety of holes that will challenge you on each drive. Long holes (710; 509) and short technical holes (150ish, and a few around 250) will challenge all players. The course is well kept, I'm not sure if the baskets are home made, because they look so crisp. Good sign at the beginning of the course, great signs at each tee box, signs that point you to the next hole, and a great flow to the course.
Cons: You do play over cement picnic tables on hole 2 (509 ft.). It's through a bandstand, so I'm not sure if it gets a lot of use. There is a river that flows through the course, but it only comes into play (kind of) on hole 3, where you should watch for the sign near the tee box, my brother almost hit it, so hug the left side of the box. Hole 5 needs work, but there is orange paint on some trees, so if they get axed (literally) it will open up the hole immensely. It is a great hole to score a 3 on. Play it and you'll understand.
Other Thoughts: There is cement tee pads on most holes, it looks like a work in progress. We played while at a family reunion in Napoleon, this course and Steele. I will go out of my way to play Linton's course again. Steele, not so much. It's worth the drive off 94 to play, IMHO, it was much better than Klaus Park in Jamestown as well. I would like to see 9 more holes because there seems to be enough room at the park, but perhaps it will come in time. We played at 7am on a Sunday, so there was no traffic, and I imagine with more play this course (and the underbrush) will open up more, making it better for immediate/advanced level players. I am surprised we didn't lose any discs, because the brush on a few holes is thick.
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