Pros: Long holes, especially the 10 over the football field.
Fast paced holes.
Clear instructions on each hole.
Cons: Losing discs on holes 3 and 4.
on a school campus.
Water hazard at end of football field makes it impossible to find your disc if you hit it.
Other Thoughts: don't play during school hours parking is $2 a car.
5 Helpful / 2 Not
A gem in the rough
Pros: First of all, the course was a blast. I enjoyed the front 9ish that did not have too much terrain, but plenty of right and left action. The back side had all the terrain and it was a wonderful setting with lots of Redwoods and other large trees. Lots of shotmaking if you did not hit your lines off the tees. I would play this course a lot if I lived in the area.
Cons: Once again, on my west coast swing, the greens really need to be tended. There were a number of places where 20' or less from the pin did not yield a putt. I did not like the two holes on the athletic fields. Well, I liked them, but when school is in session I doubt that they are playable. I would rather have had a long transition walk to the other side of the fields and added two holes up on the hillside where the last holes are since they are killer holes. Need steps and goat trails/erosion control on the hills.
Other Thoughts: With a little work this course is easily a 4.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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