6 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun on the Farm.
Pros: This course will challenge you with about every kind of shot you could dream of. The front nine are spread over two fields making excellent use of elevation changes, mandos, and tree lines. The wooded holes include some of the most wonderful trecherous woods shots I have ever played. There are tremendous altitude changes (hense waiver) with challenging narrow fairways. Great extreme terrain changes. Nice long tee pads. Very well maintained fairways, lots of creeks and gullies to roll down into. Well marked holes with a few directional signs where needed. Fantastic challenges even on the open field holes. I love this course.
A ton of woods clean up was done today. The ice storm and general fairway cleaning wer done. With plans for more to come. But many of the wooded holes are looking pristine now.
Cons: On one of the wooded holes there is a drastic elevation change. Getting down the hill to the creek bed is really a bit dangerous. There needs to be a rope at least The last 10-15 feet are a mudslide.
Other Thoughts: Probably could be made into 27 with out much trouble with all the extra land out there.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Awesome course. Lots of amazingly fun holes. Whether short or long they each have there own fun little personality. Perfect mix of wooded and open, and excellent use of nature/terrain. Beautiful scenery as well.
Cons: Cost $5 to play, but it's not bad. Out in the middle of not much of anywhere; it really is pretty much a farm. I wish that the holes were open, then wooded, then open, then wooded, but that's just being picky. It's an awesome course.
Other Thoughts: Nice little area to rest afterwards: free spring water, free air hockey, free foosball (however you spell that), and you can buy Innova discs there ($8 for DX, 14 for Champion, 16 for Star, and a dollar more if you want a custom Fun Farm stamped one). Nice little place.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This is a very very fun course. It's got everything: tons of elevation, wooded holes, open holes, long, short, hyzer, anhyzer. Located way out in the country so there is never a crowded day. Also onsite is paintball and other activities.
Cons: The only thing that sucks is that you have to pay $5 to play, but it is well worth it. Also with it being so hilly, it can be kinda tough going up and down some of the steep slopes.
Other Thoughts: The Fun Farm is another great addition to an already disc golf rich area.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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