Short and Sweet
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Easy to get to
- Flow from hole to hole is quite nice and easy to manage
- Good use of elevation
- Next Tee Posts
Cons: - Dirt Teepads
- A lot of the teepads are at a wierd slope
- The baskets were assembled upside down so there is a smaller area that catches the disc.
- Some of the teepads are so worn down that they have roots exposed and become a hinderence when throwing.
Other Thoughts: When all is said and done this is not a course that you should go out of your way to play but I still like to play it.
I use this course for learning new mids and putter and I like to do a lot of one disc forehand rounds here for practice.
If you take the course for what it is it really isnt that bad.
And for it being so short it is stil quite hard to have a perfect round because there are a couple of tricky holes out there and even the easy ones have enough obsticles in the way that make the course a little bit of a challange.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Little course. Easily played in 20mins
Pros: Not a lot of walking involved. Pretty well taken care of.
Cons: Super easy course. No hole brings much of a challenge.
Other Thoughts: If you're in the area stop in and play it, but by no means go out of your way to make the stop. This course could be much better than what it is but we still had fun playing it I suppose.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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