7 Helpful / 2 Not
Not Really a Course
Pros: This 5 hole "course" has decent DGA baskets. It is on a well maintained elementary school property. On a windy day like when we played it, the open and flat nature of the land allows you to practice your wind game.
Hole "7" has a nice green guarded by mature trees.
Cons: The "course" only has 5 baskets still in the ground and 3 marked tee pads (concrete, decent size). However, only 2 holes (we believe) are still completely intact, meaning that there is actually both a marked tee pad and existing basket.
The 5 baskets that are still there don't really go together well, meaning either very long holes that would require throwing over the tops of other baskets (and that I could not imagine would be approriate for elementary schoolers), or very long walks between baskets and "tee pads."
This is basically simply a safari course. Three of us took turns making up a 5 hole course. Even with that, the wide-open nature of the course makes it less than exciting.
Other Thoughts: I can't imagine that this course would be worth playing unless you were simply practicing aspects of your game and happened to live extremely close to the course. Even as a safari course, the property is lacking in anything that might make it enjoyable.
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