Quaint Little College Course
Pros: Course layout was pretty well done, the pine trees on the first couple holes really sets the tone of the round. I did enjoy playing this course a lot, a few difficult shots and a couple technical shots a lot of the open shots that look open but play more technical than what they look. The area around the campus that was used is an added bonus to the course!
Cons: Some of the tee signs didn't make sense, 18 for example is one such hole where it says to play around the tree line, well there isn't a mando so.... throw through the trees? Easy birdie. The area they used for the course, especially when it moved down to around the baseball field house and soccer field, the area could have been used to make longer par 4 style holes.
Other Thoughts: All in all I recommend this course, to anyone travelling through. I know it is on a college campus so odds of a tournament here I am unsure about as I am not from the area, if the college allows them that's great I'd play a tourney here.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Great intro course for beginners or pro's looking for an ego boost.
-Nice scenery and I dont just mean the foliage.
-Plays around a lake on the back 9.
-Gentle hills that are not too much for anyone.
-Nice teepads and signage.
-Easy to navigate
Cons: -Didn't utilize everything the land and space has to offer, could be easy to fix though.
-Only 4 holes over 300' (1 that was 444' and elevate) and all are reachable in 1.
-Didn't find any easy access to water.
Other Thoughts: This course could be very, very nice w/what the land and space has to offer. Recommend alternate pin placements or tee pads to challenge up and coming AM's and Pros's.
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