5 Helpful / 0 Not
On it's way to be the best.
Pros: Very Technical with tight fairways, but also forgiving enough to make par off bad drives. Easily navigated by the signage and developed trails. Long tee pads are available on a large number of holes. The use of natural building materials for the tee pads and steps throughout the course adds to the beauty and theme of this course. Trash cans and Benches are plentiful throughout the course.
Cons: Hole one can become overgrown fast leading many players disc's being lost on the first drive, but don't be discouraged the remaining 17 holes are worth playing through.
Stays wet and muddy for up to three days after a rain, but lots of trail work is in progress to fix this issue.
Mosquitos and poison ivy thrive in this environment so bring the bug spray and long pants.
Other Thoughts: Hocking College Outdoor Pursuits has done an incredible amount of work on this course and at the rate of improvements added to the course it will become one of the best in the state in no time. Every tuesday night Outdoor Pursuits holds a (doubles round) that is open to all students and the community.
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