1 Helpful / 2 Not
Love this course!
Pros: The weeds have been wacked! The rough and overgrowth are a lot more manageable. No lost disks. In fact, there was never a moment to worry, could find any throw (no matter how bad) with little to no issues.
Awesome layout. #1 is one of my favorite holes anywhere.
It's a very technical course, without being overly infuriating. Definitely keeps you on your toes.
Cons: The tee boxes are a little rough, and the B placement (long tees) are barely still there. Most of them (still speaking to the long tees) are broken, buried, or seemingly forgotten.
Other Thoughts: So far, I've only played this course in Winter. I have no idea how conditions are going to be once everything starts growing again. But for now, I love this course!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 7 Not
que Rico! haha
Pros: *Dual Tees
*Downhill putt on #1
*Creative and well put together
*Vending machines for thirst quenching
Cons: *The prickers and brush stockpiled on the sides ate my Wolverine, very sad.
*Ticks, due to the fact its an old dear path
*The field holes are not worth the walk
Other Thoughts: Rico and Esteban put together an awesome course that gives you a good idea of what a real disc golf course layout should resemble.. it was a breath of fresh air to see a course with a little more of a western influence that the flatlands of Dunham. Cant wait to go back soon and play a round of 36 and stop for Wendys on the way home haha.
5 of 12 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 1 Not
Make some room Campgaw
Pros: -Elevation changes throughout course
-Clever pin locations.
-No advantage towards one type of throw. You'll need every shot in your bag.
-Newly expanded 18 hole layout introduces long open holes to balance the course.
-Great Flow and Markings: Layout goes back and forth between woodsy and open (not just 9 open and then 9 woodsy).
Cons: -Tight fairways (may be discouraging for beginners).
-The rough is rough...real rough. Thorns the size of cornucopias (you heard right, that big horn looking thing from Thanksgiving pictures).
-Although the new open holes introduce OB, they lack the complexity and imagination of the woodsy ones.
-Some of the new holes (not so much the old) still have some small uncut stumps-do not wear flip flops.
Other Thoughts: This course has taken a huge leap forward to definitely put itself in the "best course in NJ" conversation with the likes of Campgaw. It's hard to deny a course when it so blatantly makes an attempt to test almost every single facet of your game...up hill, down hill, short, long, dogleg right/left, tight woods to open, 200-1000 foot holes, etc...
Extremely challenging and unique. Well worth the trip.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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