3 Helpful / 0 Not
Once is enough
Pros: - Located on a well maintained, pretty part of campus.
- A couple of decent holes and fairly well balanced in terms of left/straight/right shots
- Good way of introducing college students to DG, even if its not a good course.
Cons: - I played it on a weekend, but I can imagine this course is pretty much not playable when classes are in session. The first couple of hole are in a courtyard type area right next to building.
- Horrible Lighting DB-5s. UGH I hate this baskets. Single Chained Nightmares with the cage that bend slightly inward toward the chains.
- Shorter holes/slim differences in hole lengths.
- Pretty much no signage. It took me forever to find some of the holes. The only thing marking the tee pads is a small tee marks which not easy to spot at all. Wander around forever trying to find hole 1.
- Natty pads
- Flat as a board. No elevation changes.
Other Thoughts: There are biblical notes attached atop each basket. For me this is a con, but it might not be for others. I don't like being preached to while I play golf personally. It's about 15-20 minutes off of I-40 and that's too much of a detour for me to ever go back. Not worth stopping to play when I travel to Wilmington from Raleigh
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Words Can't Describe
Pros: It's a course in Mt. Olive and that's pretty much it.
Cons: The baskets are terrible for they only have one tier of chains which are not good for catching discs plus some people have destroyed a basket out there
Other Thoughts: If you would like to make it interesting try and play the course backwards and make your own teepads for the backwards route.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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