5 Helpful / 1 Not
Cool new course!!
Pros: Very peaceful. This course was a lot of fun despite the absence of water and trees. A few short holes for the ol' ace run, and some long bombs to let the big dogs eat. Hole 4 has an impressive drop in elevation, while easily reached it is a pure thrill to watch discs descend upon the pin. The long holes will test any arm and add to the challenge, especially in the wind. Lots of elevation judgments on shots to keep you guessing. Tees and baskets are marked. The course is much more fun than I thought it would be at first sight. There is a port-o-let on site. The scenery on top of the hill is some of the best on the front range. The road leading up and into the reservoir is now paved and so is the parking lot.
Cons: Cactus and sticker grass everywhere. I saw the biggest Garter snake I've ever seen while traversing hole 6. Thankfully we had obtained a map which helped us find our way. No shade except @ the lakeshore, which would be a perfect place for a picnic between rounds.
Other Thoughts: Hours of operation are restricted, but are roughly 7:30 to 7:30. Winter hours are roughly 8-4pm. This would be a great place for a sunset round.
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