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Pros: - carpeting or fly18 pads used for tees
- creative use of the land to get 9 quality holes
- there is a bucket of discs near tee 1 to use as loaner discs if you've never played before. Or if you have any extras, leave some for new players that may stop by.
- you'll learn to play in the wind
- one of two courses in Nova Scotia
Cons: - not actually 18, or dual teed
- difficult to follow because there are no markings on the tees, but some paths are slightly worn to give a guesstimate as to the direction to head (hole 4 is in the woods behind the shed you throw by on hole 5; tee 6 is back along the treeline after you finish hole 5, tee 9 is back up in the long grass from where you finish 8. I found 9 to be the most difficult tee to find)
- very long grass can make discs difficult to find, even in the open field, so watch where you throw
- no bathrooms or trash cans
- don't play after it rains because this course gets really waterlogged and you'll end up with soaking wet feet
Other Thoughts: In the directions, exit 2 should actually be 'exit 3,' but it is the second exit (traveling eastbound) on the TCH, hence the confusion. Other than that typo the directions to get you there are good
Gogan's Green is a creative nine hole course, but it doesn't provide much challenge because it is mostly short and open. The wind provides the biggest challenge. Gogan's Green is worth a stop if you're driving through on the TCH or looking to pick up a course in Nova Scotia.
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