2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice pads and baskets
Fantastic signature hole - #3
Zero open shots
Other Thoughts: This course is tight, tight, tight. To really paint the picture, I would need to type "tight" exactly 18 times. You start in dense woods, you continue through dense woods and you finish in dense woods.
The first few holes are amazing. All of them are 400+ and extremely challenging. I was very stoked starting off. I had just played Rotary Park, and was thinking this course had the makings to be better.
The course has a good mix of lengths. You will need to hit from all angles. Steep slopes are everywhere. Pinpoint accuracy is a must to score well here. Low scores here will be hard to come by. This is the type of course you could score an even par on one round, then a 10 over the next.
Be prepared for a hike. This course can wear you out. Expect to climb, slide and leap your way through this bad boy.
Unfortunately, the major flaw with this course is it's lack of balance. By the time I reached hole 18, the previous 9 holes all seemed to blend together into one big wooded shot. None of them really stood out from one another.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Pros: #3 hole with mando under bridge very cool,hole's are coming along,has been cleaned up of fallen trees. Also concrete tees are there now.
Cons: concrete varies in lengths a little,some holes are a little repeticious playing along the side of mountain 2-3 holes then up a tier, then repeat up each level.
Other Thoughts: loved it though,rotary parks other course makes it a good place to play two different courses on the same landscape.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great use of a mountainside in WV. Extreme elevation changes and some nice holes cut through the woods. Better bring every shot in the bag or you could get in big trouble. The hole #3 Tunnel mando shot is a beauty. Hope you don't like nice level greens because you won't find many here - Long roll aways are the norm if you aren't careful. Tight fairways on many holes. Good mix of left vs right turn holes.
Cons: Was very new when I played it so there were a few rough places and the Tees were gravel. I see this course improving with use. There is a little cleanup needed on the #1 Green (Two large trees have fallen just short of the basket)
Other Thoughts: Short course but extremely challenging. You need a good short game to score and better learn when not to go for it. Avoiding roll aways are #1 priority.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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