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At Least Reno Has A Course
Pros: 9 holes is better than nothing! The group has done as best a job as they can with the limited natural landscape. Elevation makes the holes at least a little difficult.
Cons: Because it is the only course, and only 9 holes, and perhaps because it is also near the University, the course seems crowded. The course really tears up the discs!
Other Thoughts: I am excited about the front 9. Hopefully it will be more difficult and more fun to play. I have a friend who has only played on this course and absolutely loves disc golf, so that is saying something!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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It is a course
Pros: Excellent use of elevation, with some cool uphill and downhill shots. The course is well marked and flows pretty well, finding the next tee was never a problem. Pretty good baskets, lots of parking and multiple pin locations are a definite plus.
Cons: There are no obstacles! Besides one mando to keep you away from the parking lots there was nothing to keep you from throwing straight at the basket every time. The rocky shrubby terrain tore up my discs pretty good as well. Not much of a challenge or any really memorable shots or holes.
Other Thoughts: It is good that there is a course in Reno, and I can tell that they put some work into it. Unfortunately the location didn't provide any natural obstacles other than the elevation, which was used well.
If your looking to play disc golf in Reno, then this is it. Its not a terrible course to play, especially with beginners. The back 9 wasn't in yet so maybe that will improve the course.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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