4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: No fee to play.
Most holes flow well and take up their own space.
Some interesting terrain with the slight hills and trees everywhere.
Good mix of hyzer and anhyzer shots
Cons: atleast 3 holes very poorly marked including the first hole.
1st demoralizing for beginners with 99% chance of losing disk in the muck.
Other Thoughts: I was very exited to try this course for the first time because I have yet to find a full fledged course in NH. So we get there pick up a map and we easily find hole #2, but where is #1?? Nothing more frustrating than not being able to figure out where the first hole starts and where the basket is. Once we figured out that the piping and rope across the gorge represented the first tee we skipped it anyways because the odds of losing a disk was very high. So we started on #2 and had some good fun until around hole 12 or so and we had no clue where to go. We saw a basket and shot at it, but were not sure if it was correct. This course needs better signage or less confusing tee and basket locations for a few of the spots.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
A tough par 3
Pros: This course is heavily wooded and has a variety a terrain changes. There is a mix of annies and hyzers and a few straight a ways.
Cons: The holes are mostly on the short side. There was an addition of a few holes and some of the tees were re-numbered, even with a score card the course can be tough to follow.
Other Thoughts: The first tee is set up on the same side of the creek as the parking lot, it took me 15 minutes to figure that out. Next to the tee there is a bulletin board that sometimes has score cards.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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