3 Helpful / 4 Not
This is real disc golf
Pros: On a ball golf course. You can ride in a cart. You play the same holes as the other golfers. Contrary to the other reviews this does not play along side the golf course. You pay your green fees and play the same course. The baskets are off to the sides away from the greens. If you think this is boring golf you are probably not scoring very well. Remember par is 72. This length of course is the future. Every year the courses are getting higher and higher pars. One of the courses this year at worlds will be over 11,000' long. Par 54 is going away.
Cons: It seems as though no thought was put into were the tees were put? Do not play from the yellow or the black tees. There is no purpose for them. They are way to long and do not make sense. The red tees are good for the 1000 rated player.
Other Thoughts: This course requires long accurate drives, 2nd shots, approaches, and good putts.
If the disc lands on the wrong side of the fairway it is your fault on this course not the trees.
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 4 Not
Tired of par 3 golf?
Pros: Since this plays along side of a ball golf course it is much more sculpted than what most disc golfers are used to. No worries about poison ivy, ticks and thorns. Drives have to be both long and controlled to get the best line at the "green". It's great to play a course that requires multiple good shots per hole to get a good score. This course offers a good amount of elevation change and strategically placed trees.
Cons: One or two holes may not give a good scoring spread due to in-between distances and a few more trees or tighter fairways would be nice to raise the technical aspect of the course.
Other Thoughts: Par 54 is the past, par 72 the future. We will never be respected as a sport until we get out of the par 3 mentality.
8 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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