Savage, MN 
Prior Lake High School Share
Uploaded By: DerekTonn   (Taken 2/2016)
Approach for basket marked "Hole 8."

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 Think about what it could have been..

1    7/23/2014   7/23/2014
Review By: c_a_miller
Played: 185  Reviewed: 134  Exp: 4.5 Years
Pros: There are four nice, hardly used Chainstar baskets that play around a couple of ponds in thick rough. The baskets are all numbered with 15 foot PVC pipes coming out of the top, which can help with seeing where the basket is from a blind shot
Cons: When DGCR user "mndiscg" reviewed this course five years ago there is a strong possibility that the course did not look like it does now. What could be solid safari holes are now overgrown, shoulder high in some places minus tiny mowed paths.

Not throwing in this path and throwing off into the rough almost guarantees a lost disc. The baskets also are too far apart from each other, probably 700-800 feet at an estimate, to play basket to basket like some people will do on courses like these without any tees.
Other Thoughts: I've never left a course with no intentions on going back, because if this course is overgrown to no end like this is, than it serves no practical purpose from a novice player to an open player. Sure there is the saying "Some baskets are better than no baskets," and I tend to agree with that saying except in this case. It is a real shame since, like mndiscg said, there could be potential for solid safari holes, if the entire area wasn't literally a safari with the 5 foot high rough and brush.

 Could be amazing

1    5/21/2009   7/17/2009
Review By: mndiscg
Played: 364  Reviewed: 357  Exp: 8.4 Years
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Lots and lots of hills
-Lots of woods
-Imaginative and difficult holes
-Ponds and rough as good obstacles
Cons: -NO TEES
-No signs for navigation, hard to find next hole. Especially without tees
Other Thoughts: It looks as if this course was built by the school or kids as a project or something. This course looks relatively new, 5 years old or less. With some maintenance, signage and tees this course would rated a 4 or 4.5 for me, depending on where the tees are and how well the signage is. If you play this course you have to play is safari style and make up tees. It is very challenging and you can have fun with it. If it gets tees it is a must play but for now it is only ok.

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