2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The wheelchair accessable course is just amazing for the sport. The wheelchair course is kept up very well and in a great park with benches/bathrooms and picnic areas. The baskets on the 18 hole course across the water and the tee boxes would be nice and a pro if it were kept up and easy to get to without having to trudge through thick weeds and downed branches ALL over.
Cons: No map for the 18 hole course. Very thick brush. Too thick to really get a good smooth round in. Would have finished my game if my wife hadn't been with me but still would rate what I did. She couldn't get to some of the holes with me because of the weeds.
Other Thoughts: Would be a GREAT course if not for the overgrowth. Yet, this is one of the biggest parts of the game. Being that both courses are on here as one, I have to say that most of my ranking was given for the wheelchair accessable course. If I could rate just that course, it would have gotten a 3.5.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great course located in the DeSoto National Forest. Good mix of long shots and technical shots and even some long and technical shots.
Cons: None because I like it all.
Other Thoughts: This course needs more play. Holes 13 and 14 are in need of some serious bush hogging - grass as tall as the basket - but I think that is because who ever mows the course didn't know about those. Other than that it seems to be well taken care of.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Good design, with some long holes and some legit. par-4's. Different landscapes from tight woods to cleared wide fairways lined with rough, to tight yet cleared pine forest on a hill by the lake. Tees are not just slapped down, but built up on a box of gravel to ensure smoothness over time. Tees are numbered, not hard to navigate once on it. Water shot.
FRONT 9- an entire extra 9 hole super short and open course across the lake. It's WHEELCHAIR accessible and set-up for blind disc golfers, which is a huge PRO for some of course!
Cons: Somewhat tough to figure out where to park and find the 18 hole course. Heavy growth and tall grass in some wooded fairways.
Pay-to-play (even though that system allows courses like this to exist, it's always a con in my mind).
Other Thoughts: NEW COURSE, WORK IN PROGRESS (I'm guessing). Has potential yet good as is, check it out.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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