7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It was wide open, not a person in sight. Just nature, since it is in a preserve.
Cons: Difficult to find if from out of town. Course is the shortes I have ever played. Holes are just posts, most of which are playable with a short putter toss. Would not have known it was a course, except for this site said it was. I took a chance and checked it out, very dissappointed after the hour drive.
Other Thoughts: There is no reason to go and play disc golf at this course when there are plenty of other spots near by that are more enjoyable and easier to access.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Cons: Everything. Tees are designated by posts and you throw from within a 15' radius. No baskets (I know now that RUSTIC means no basket). Instead you throw and try to hit a 4x4 post. Holes are extremely short, and the first half that I walked were disc pits, places where anything other than a completely straight throw would result in a lost disc.
Other Thoughts: Kudos to the Eagle Scouts who made the creation of this course their project. However, the people responsible for the preserve should pony up a few dollars for the baskets to make this a true course. I strenuously object to the listing of this as a Disc Golf course as a post does not fit the technical specifications of a target according to the PDGA. This area has the potential for a truly challenging course, but as stands, not worth the trip, not even the 20 min drive from where I live.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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