11 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Easy-to-follow, natural flow - hardly needed the map/scorecard, which was available at the first tee.
Good quality baskets. Minimal/no chance to lose a disc. Pretty campus grounds.
Quick play - two of us finished two 9-hole rounds in about 45 minutes.
Birdy opportunities galour - between two of us, we birdied every hole at least once, except for #5 and #8.
Cons: Single basket, single (natural) tee pads, fairly short, relatively flat.
Plays near some roads and walking paths
Other Thoughts: Holes range in length from 145' to 355', the average being 245'.
Despite the lack of length, trees will come into play on every hole (but #6), and either alter the initial flight path, or somewhat guard the basket - at times, both!
Most challenging hole: #5, 220', slightly downhill, cluster of trees in front of teepad combined with cluster of trees guarding basket make this a very challenging hole.
Very suitable course for beginners. More experienced players can work on their long approach/birdy game, and maybe even an ace!
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