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Pros: The course had a variety of obstacles. The carts were fun and fast :) Had a limited selection of discs for sale. $4 to rent a driver and putter if you don't have any. $8 for walking. $15 w/ cart.
Cons: The club house can see you no matter where they are and they have a loud speaker, so stay on the cart trails (there are not many). The man that helped me was a little rude and seemed not to know what he was doing, over charged us and had to refund our party.
Other Thoughts: The course was overall OK. Its close to streets so watch out for the wind.
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Pros: Fairly uncrowded- played on Saturday midday with only a few ball golfers on the course and no trouble sharing tee pads. Water truly comes into play. Course condition not bad for middle of summer. Good use of trees to mix up approach shots.$8 well worth it. Course map is very easy to follow
Cons: A little repetitive- break out your roller for most of the longer holes. A little too open for my liking but more forgiving with the wind. If you lose your disc, there are no sticks near the water- but my partner was able to find one across the course.
Other Thoughts: With new courses popping up around the country, there are few new additions to So Cal. It is nice to see more of these ball courses opening up to disc golfers. If you're in the area, it's worth a try.
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Pros: -Well maintained 9 hole ball golf course. Ball golf tee boxes are used for drives, they make for a great surfaces to tee off from.
-Staff at the clubhouse was very eager to help and get feedback on the course.
-Maps specifically for Disc golf were available and very easy to follow.
-Holes alternate between long and short. 2 baskets on each ball golf fairway.
-water comes into play on 4 different holes and I lost my putter on the first hole. Make sure to bring your Dragon.
-Headwinds can be tough. Wide open tee shots that I thought would go 400' were knocked down to 300'.
Cons: -$8-$12 is a lot to pay for disc golf.
-Had to negotiate around ball golfers, but they were interested and eager to let me play through.
-Some of the holes didn't flow together very well.
-Hemet can be hot. Course needs more drinking fountains.
-Some of the holes are pretty long and straight.
-Big Pine trees gobble up discs. Keep your shots low. The course could use some long retreival sticks, especially considering the fees.
Other Thoughts: I would certainly play here again. Losing 2 discs was not very fun, but the course was challenging.
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Pros: Nicely maintained course.
On ball golf course, a fun challenge, Literally throw the same exact holes the ball golfers are playing.
Greens and sand traps are ob, making for some different challenges.
Cons: On ball golf gourse, best to have a consistent 300'+ drive. I was throwing about 360'-375' and had a lot of fun.
Other Thoughts: Way different than I expected. It is a 9 hole ball golf course. Each hole has two baskets, with a long basket around the green and a short placement, somewhere in the trees about half way down the fairway. You tee from the regular golf tees (red or white). And walk the entire 9 ball golf holes for the front 9, then walk the entire 9 again throwing at the other baskets.
I showed up by myself and started playing the layout around ball golfers, but quickly found myself waiting at the next tee with the same group. So I joined the ball golfers and threw exclusively at the long basket on every hole. I had a blast, the best ball golfer and I were head to head for scores and both finished +4.
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