Nice 9 Hole Track
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Pros: Densely wooded and full of highly technical shots and deceiving distances for what appears to be a short course. It's not the very best of the local 9 hole courses--simply because some have recently been installed that are outrageously challenging--but it's a nice place to visit early in the season when everything else is closed in the Madison area. It is vastly under rated by those who have caused the average to be near 2.5
The holes themselves are interesting and a technical challenge and you can play 3 in an hour because there is little walking between holes.
Cons: It's absolutely flat and it's a bit too near to the hiking trail that people use for nature walks. There is a great deal of unexplored land that could be used to create 18 holes with a possible redesign of the existing holes.
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Pros: Very challenging. Fun place to try some trick shots.
Foliage isn't too thick, easy to find your discs.
9 holes that use the landscape as best as possible.
Cons: Pedestrian traffic, can be annoying, but it's really not bad at all.
Bugs. Bring bug spray.
Hidden, kind of hard to find, but definatly worth it!
Other Thoughts: I loved this course. The holes were short, but challenging, and they command a lot of control from your drives. Tees and signs are very nice, and the course was well manicured. I was on a road trip to play courses in Madison, and I used this course as a warm up before going to Elver Park. I will definatly do it again.
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