2 Helpful / 2 Not
Grip & Rip
Pros: Being on a ball golf course it is very well kept up; and the fairways, by disc golfer standards, are crazy huge! Hole 14 is something every disc golfer should play at least once in their lifetime; although this is NOT a one pony show!
Cons: At $20 per person (2 people max per cart) it seems like about 2-4 times as much as most disc golfers would be willing to pay. There are times when you could get plunked with a golf ball; so it pays to be alert!
Other Thoughts: You won't get much exercise playing this course with your legs; however the are able to really stretch out your max driving form over and over and over...
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
A course to play if you live to play disc golf
Pros: Hole #6 is spectacular if you never thrown off top of a cliff overlooking a creek here is your chance. I lost two discs but thats just part of the game from time to time.
Cons: None. If you like to grip and rip just you wait and see. The risks are just that if you dont want to lose your favorite disc dont break it out on water hazzard shots
Other Thoughts: definetly worth the money imo and my friends as well. would love to play it once a month due to recovery time. Dave Greenwell course designs are challenging and entertaining for amatuer and pro alike.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
Long Long Long
Pros: Golf Carts! Allows you to use your arm. It doesn't seem like you're throwing that far because the holes are soo long. The people that run the place are great!
Cons: As a beginner, the course frustrates me because I can't throw as far. The rough is extremely rough, so stay out of it!!!
Other Thoughts: Try to call for a tee time. The restaurant isn't bad, either. Be sure to check out the awesome tees for hole 7 (the hole to the right of hole 4).
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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