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Pros: It was basically designed by a local staff member to introduce golf to residential deaf students at the school. An introduction, not a competition or destination.
Elevation and what little rough was definitely put to use.
Great for safari and practice.
Yes, there are 3 set of tees for 6 baskets. Have to have a local guide to remotely find the tees. The tees r marked by colored bricks in the ground similar to http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3
in the old days.
Tees are not visible unless course is mowed.
Fundraisers need to be set in order to plant more trees and create more holes to increase the experience.
#5 basket has been pulled due to crack in foundation as of Sept. 2009.
Other Thoughts: The signage and law enforcement are basically a deterrant. They are nasty when they do find you. It should be considered private property due to a 24hr 5 days a week residential setting from Monday-Friday. Imagine you with a police record found on school grounds, double whammy. The course is on the far end of the campus and the majority of the campus overlooks what happens on that end so throw at your own risk.
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