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4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: There are no Pros to this course at all.
Cons: Construction is going on in the area. 3 of the baskets are missing. Only 2 holes have signs and one of those is one of ones without a basket. No one is keeping up with this course. Unplayable.
Other Thoughts: Don't bother making the trip until someone at the school decides to fix all the problems.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: not bad for a 9 hole course, 2 holes were over 400ft. the layout was easy to follow and it was not crowded. nice baskets and good use of land available
Cons: no tee pads, hole #1 i couldnt find a tee sign for, so i threw from the parking lot. hole# 3 , i didnt see the basket at first and threw towards #6, not too challenging for the most part. the tees were pretty close to the last holes baskets, so if it was crowded it may be a problem, but idont see this course getting a ton of play.
Other Thoughts: for a 9 hole it wasnt bad at all, it took me about 20 minutes to play. with the exception of two holes a driver never came out of the bag. a roc was about all i needed to throw. there seemed to be enough space to add 9 more holes in the future. good course to practice on.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
11 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice 9 Hole Course
Pros: The course is set in a well kept field. It utilizes the trees, hill and one creek that runs through the course. Most holes are out in the open, but have branches blocking the easiest flight path. They also used the one hill for 3 holes to give you some elevation. The creek comes into play on 2 holes, and behind another if you go long. Tee signs are new, baskets new. The course was easy to follow and loops back to the 1st hole.
Cons: No benches, no garbage cans. Grass tees. This is a newer course and these things may get worked out. There is also a design danger problem with 7 and 8. The basket for 7 is in the fairway for the 8th hole. I've yet to see anybody but me playing out there. But if you had more players you would surely want to watch out when putting on 7.
Other Thoughts: This course plays a tad tougher in the summer due to the trees having leaves.
-Hole 1 is across a field with no obstacles. Unless you put your drive left, then you will have a tree to putt around.
-Hole 2 was one of my favorites. It's only 177 long, but crosses a creek. The creek has thick brush. You have one small opening to get your disc in between 2 trees set about 20 feet apart. And you can't go in high because of the branches. If you hit either tree your disc will likely get wet.
-Hole 3 is an uphill shot that would be dead on, but if you try to make a run at the basket from the tee you will have to go right and bring your disc back left.
-Hole 4 is a downhill run that has tree branches in your way. I threw low and got a skip to leave me with a decent putt. If you happen to go long the creek sits about 15-20' behind the basket.
-Hole 5 is back up a hill. The branches are not as much of a problem here, it's just a tighter hole to the basket.
-Hole 6 is just a 400' shot across a field. If you go long on your first or second shot you could have trees to putt around.
-Hole 7 is pretty straight, but you'll need to keep your drive low.
-Hole 8 is fairly straight, maybe one tree to deal with. But don't hit the 7 basket.
-Hole 9 was the most interesting other than 2. It's over the creek with the thick brush. But I'm not sure I ever found the intended flight path. I think they want you to tee from the right of the tee sign, but it's hard to get your disc out of there with a lot of power. It's tight and about the point where your disc starts to rise are branches. If you tee from the left side of the sign good luck, it's real tight.
All in all I enjoyed my rounds here. I travel this road weekly and I know I'll play here more.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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