0 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Some fun shots
Nice tee pads
Scoring opportunities on a many holes
Cons: It was busy on a Saturday; nice folks though
Signage needs updating, some were missing which caused confusion.
Holes on top of each other. People looking for their discs from errant throws were in our way a few times.
Too close to football fields where children were playing
Other Thoughts: Way overrated
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 11 Not
Pros: Cement Tee pads are great, and very short holes make this course easier for beginners and players with little power. Many holes have some decent views in the woods. Only holes #16, and maybe #17 require a driver.
Cons: The first couple of holes are more open and very easy...then the course kinda turns into this very wooded short hole kind of course... To tell you the truth... It was annoying. I don't know if it was because it had just rained and the conditions were very muggy.. but..I'm not sure If I would drive out of my way to play this course. Some of the holes were so short and riddled with trees... it just made the course either unchallenging or too easy. Plus, some of the bridges were very unstable.. and lots of the holes were blind, with no signage... making this course difficult to navigate for first timers. If you are a more advanced player...this course will do nothing for you except work on your short game.
Other Thoughts: I visited Atlanta for a week and played this course and the one in East Roswell... and the course in East Roswell blows this course completely out of the water!
2 of 13 people found this review helpful.
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