7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course had a little bit of everything. There were fast greens (#1), very fast greens (#3), long, downhill drives (#2), water (#4), and great use of terrain.
That is one of the biggest pluses to this course: it uses the terrain to the best it can. Cool, natural things are included in the holes, such as #4's creek shot, #6's protection by a HUGE boulder, and #8's hill top sitting. Almost all the holes have something unique to them that breaks up the monotony of most heavily wooded courses.
The rubber tee pads are a nice upgrade from the gravel in my previous review. All the little things in this course a good (signs, tees, baskets, etc).
Cons: The course had a lot of brush and fallen trees/large branches still, but that will slim out.
Going off the fairway can be brutal to your score.
Other Thoughts: This course will get better with age, I am certain of it. It offers some great terrain to hike and play on/around. The 9th basket is right near the #1 tee box, so it is easy to play multiple rounds. This is a good course and highly recommend it. I will go back.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 9 Not
Best 9 Hole I played
Pros: Elevation changes, water, huge rock formations, nice mix of right-hand and left-hand holes.
Cons: Right now only 9 holes. Course is brand new and still has some overgrowth which will correct itself over time and man hours.
New signs are being installed next week from what I heard.
1 of 10 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Cool elevation changes. Water in play on #4.
Cons: No signs yet.
Other Thoughts: Constructive criticism is always welcome and encouraged.
2 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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