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Pros: A challenging course that weaves through the forest and utilizes the hills.
Hole 1 is a challenging shot through the trees where you need to hit your line.
Hole 2 is a shot that is on a hill where a water tower used to be. It is a deceiving hole.
Hole 4 is a beautiful and long tunnel shot. This hole will eat beginners up.
Hole 5 is a sharp left dog leg, but has a thumber line over the trees for righties.
Hole 6 is over some small hills and is out of view from the tee box.
Hole 7 is a 615 ft shot down hill and across a field that is maintained. The walk here can become wet as it is a bog-like area.
Hole 8 is a big hyzer for a righty and a perfect thumber for a lefty - easy hole for advanced players but adds a twist for beginners.
Hole 9- from the tee pad there is a solid tree-line to your right and open to the left, interesting hole.
Cons: Tee boxes NEED to be concrete. They were supposed to be crushed limestone but realistically it is big white garden rocks.
Signs need to be put up.
Hole three is a 100 some odd foot shot that could be better if basket is slightly moved.
Other Thoughts: This course was brought to the city council in June and put up in August. The tee pads and signs should be put up next summer, especially since the money is allocated for it.
The course will be kept up in winter and snow shoes will be up for rent from the city if people wanted to use them.
Alternate tee pads could be implemented next summer to make it an 18 hole course.
Course is free and still maintained.
If you play here in the summer, make sure you play hole 4 when the sun sets. The orange "glow" at the end of the beautiful tunnel is breath-taking.
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