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A bit confused.
Pros: Quick solo action, pretty campus, grass/weeds were cut, another place in Asheville to play.
Cons: Just 6 holes, random non disc golfers using pads for yoga? (im assuming it was yoga), students laying in grass by baskets.
Other Thoughts: I don't get why the place gets such a bad rap, its not terrible, and I understand Richmond Hill is right down the road, but some days people may not want to wait for the large groups or trek the mighty hills.
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1 Helpful / 3 Not
Short but sweet
Pros: - It's a decent little course...probably just a warmup for most people.
- Each hole has it's own challenges.
- The rubber tee pads are OK as long as they are dry.
Cons: - No tee signs.
- No scorecards.
- No map (but a map really isn't necessary, so not too bad of a con).
- Rubber missing from #2 tee pad.
Updated to add: There is an extreme HEAVY carpet of poison ivy starting in April/May. On nearly every hole if you don't hit the fairway you will be in poison ivy! #6 is the worst.
Other Thoughts: I recommend playing this course starting at #5 (you can park pretty much right at the tee which is a parking space itself.)
There is definite room for improvement. I know that UNCA has plans to expand this course in the future. I don't know when that will happen with all of the budget cuts they've had to do recently. For me, if they just expanded to 9 holes, added tee signs and score cards that would be enough to bump it up to a 3. If it were a full 18 with a few more wooded holes to rival Richmond Hill then it would be an easy 3.5 for me.
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