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Volunteer-orange baskets. Practice basket. Flat, concrete tees - 4'x10'.
View of pond, steeple, mountain from tee-7.
Oft-present walking path. Seemingly ever-damp ground. Mostly flat, mostly open, mostly short.
Course plays in a clockwise-fashion around the edges of a small multi-purpose park.
While right-turning number-1 (second shortest) and number-2 (longest) offer some minor elevation challenge, the course is quite flat overall.
Number-3 is a bit awkward - after completing hole-2, you walk straight ahead, keeping the wall to your left. After reaching the unmarked teepad, you turn around 180-degrees, and throw a short left-turner, the re-trace your steps nearly all the way back to basket-2 before turning to go to basket-3, which is nearly flush to the ground.
Left-turning numbers 4&5 are similar, but don't be long on #5, as the swift-running creek looms not far behind.
Number-6, second longest, is probably the most interesting hole. Although flat, the creek isn't far to the left, the pond is within range to the right, there are small trees to miss/stay under early, and larger trees near the basket late.
Holes 7-9 are similar - open, ~275 +/- 25', and play in the dampest part of the course.
Beginning players will need to be a bit wary of the water, otherwise the openness and distances are quite suitable. Experienced players should have birdy opportunities on most of the holes.
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