4 Helpful / 0 Not
Makes good use of the available trees - two dense copses of pines, scattered mid-sized hardwoods.
While the tee locations are long-n-wide, the very coarse gravel make them difficult to use.
This 9=hole course, despite being short (average length ~230', only one hole > 300') and sitting on a extremely flat piece of land, is a fun, quick play. Two baskets (5, 9) sit in the pines, with the entirety of hole-5 playing within the pines. Holes 1-2, 6-8 have the approaches near the baskets partially guarded by a variable number of hardwoods, and 3-4 require right-to-left approaches to reach the baskets.
An old rottweiler wandered over to check us out as we were playing. She was friendly enough, and only once seemed ready to chase a disc - a firm "no" kept her from doing so.
If you happen to be in the area, or are somewhat nearby and want to add to your courses-played total, you can have fun here. Good course to practice your short, control game, or to introduce players to disc golf, as only the tall grass along the right side of #4 could cause disc loss.
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