Pros: Good place to practice driving with your mid-range drivers. Pretty confined for those of us lazy people, there is not much walking.
Cons: Although you get to practice using mid-ranges, all the holes are pretty short and you have to watch your distance on the holes by the pond. I think tee sign 5 is missing now. No tees.
Other Thoughts: Not a bad place. If I would have found this course a year ago I definately would have torn this place up. Watch out on windy days cause this place is flat!
Pros: - It was fairly dry even after a good rain, the course drains well.
- Nice signs.
Cons: - No tee pads at all.
- Water comes into play on maybe 3 holes, other than that there is nothing that poses a challenge. The course is in a wide open area with no trees.
- The course is very short, the holes average probably around 230ft. The longest being 301ft.
- The tee on #9 is right next to a wood fence. It would pose a problem for a back handed thrower.
Other Thoughts: - This course is an okay place to take a beginner, or to practice your short game.
- The course is private, but I don't think anyone would ever ask if you lived in the neighborhood. There is only one house that is located near the course, so you wouldn't ever be bothering anyone.
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Pros: Great course for beginners because there are 4 or 5 holes that have no water or tree hazards.
Cons: 3 holes are sitting on a hill with a huge pond sitting 4 or 5 feet behind them. Since its a residental addition be aware that diving in my get you kicked out
Other Thoughts: So its a good a idea to bring 4 or 5 discs if you want complete the whole course. My friend lost two frisbees in 4 shots.
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