3 Helpful / 1 Not
Beautiful but confusing
• beautiful secluded park
• friendly locals
• some great holes
• extremely confusing layout
• missing tee signs
Other Thoughts: First, what a beautiful park! The course winds near the shores of the lake however there are no water hazard holes. This course seems to be a former 9-holer in the process of being upgraded to 18. There were even guys working on the course while I was playing. Very friendly.
That said, I did find the course to be incredibly confusing at many points. In particular, you run across the tee for 9 on your way to 4; there was also a sign near hole 5 or 6 that talked about some A, B, C hole(s) that I didn't understand. More than a few holes required backtracking to get to the next tee.
A group of other course first-timers expressed the same frustrations and confusion about the layout. Having some tee signs missing only added to the confusion.
Even though the course is in development for the full 18, the layout has been set. Kind of a bummer as there are a lot of really cool holes on this course.
Primarily a wooded/technical course, but not too wooded where you'd be frustrated. I bet the course is especially attractive once the leaves are in bloom.
Being a state park, lots of other amenities in the park including camping, and even a resort. The disc golf course has a porta-potty, but no water.
If you enjoy playing disc golf with nobody else on the course but disc golfers, this dedicated, secluded course is for you.
I'm torn on this review as I really wanted to like the course, but the confusing layout and backtracking on multiple holes had to knock off a disc on the rating. When I did enjoy the course, I really enjoyed it.
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