- free to play
- mostly undamaged baskets
- low traffic course
- safari friendly landscaped first half of course
- hard to lose a disc
- beginner friendly
- tranquil setting
- natural tees
- tees are hard to find
- no tee signs
- blind pin where unsuspecting pedestrians could get hit (hole 2)
- pin close to windows (hole 1)
- parking lot borders hole 3's fairway
- holes 6-8 just in general
Contrary to the other reviews, I was able to find and throw all 9 holes. Whether or not they are played in the same numeric order as the online map is anyone's guess. I found sheets of paper in a laminated sleeves left behind on some trees marking tees from an event last April. The numbers didn't match the map's numbers.
The first 5 holes wrap around the front street side of the building on the map. Much of that layout ran the risk of either hitting someone, a building window, or parked cars. The last 4 were tucked into the woods on a narrow hiking trail behind the same buildings. Hole 2 runs the biggest risk of clocking an unsuspecting pedestrian. Hole 3 has the highest potential of dinging a car. Hole 5 with the hanging basket was my favorite.
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There's a coursr????
Pros: Little to remark about
Cons: First, without a map impossible to play. Second, four temporary baskets only. Thirdly, should be removed as a course, according to another site it was a student's senior project, and AAU doesn't maintain it. Hoped for better and got nothing ....
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Pros: A combination of tight/technical holes and long open looks. Goes from fields, to wooded, to slightly urban. Very quiet and clean, with little to no waiting on other players, and few pedestrian hazards. Ample parking and public restrooms available.
Cons: Vehicles need to be moved from near hole 9 basket. Baskets need to be installed more permanently. Cables around basket chains nearly defeat the purpose of the sliding chain assembly. Needs markers, better tees, accurate maps. Some light manicuring in the woods may be in order, as well.
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Not a real course
Pros: Has 4 baskets, portable and chained to the ground (one of which has been cut).
Cons: Has only 4 baskets and not the advertised 9. No pads to throw off of. All in one open area, no trees or hills between any of the baskets. Maybe 200m between the furthest two baskets.
Other Thoughts: Fun for maybe beginners and practicing distance throwing.
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Missing baskets 1-5
Pros: There are baskets. The baskets are portables that are bike chained to ground.
Cons: There are only 4 baskets. No real tee pads.
Other Thoughts: I saw some guys playing after hole 9, so they may have taken the first 5 baskets and moved them to other locations. If this is the case it may be better but it's still not good. The gal at the Desk that gave me the map said they were missing 5 baskets but she wasn't sure which ones.
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