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A good start
Pros: Every drive is interesting; a good use of the terrain and the trees. Variety of holes forces many different types of approaches. Course flows well and slowly builds up to more challenging holes.
Cons: Still needs tee pads and signage. Temporary tee markers are kind of annoying.
Other Thoughts: Maps are readily available at the Centre front desk.
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Great Start in Rolla
Pros: A very nice short course. Good variety of uphill/downhill and a few flat land shots. Used the trees, creeks and lake on several holes...maximized the terrain. Really liked the pin placement both on 8 and 9.
Cons: Still new...no signs yet (they are supposed to be up soon)...no tee-pads (natural not a big deal, but only reds are marked right now)...some pedestrian traffic on a couple of holes (sidewalk runs through the park and comes into play a couple of times).
Other Thoughts: Most of the cons I'm assuming will be addressed with time. Overall, one of the nicer 9 hole courses I've played. I am glad I no longer have to drive an hour and a half just to play a round.
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Quick and Fun
Pros: The course flows nicely and makes good use of the varied terrain available. Strong finish to the course. I really enjoyed 7, 8, and 9 to finish up. Great course for any level of player.
Cons: There is very little signage right now and the baskets are temp baskets. Multiple places (1 and 7) where a bridge of some kind would be helpful over the creeks. Not a whole lot of length to the course if you like to air it out.
Other Thoughts: For the land they had to work with, I felt like it was maximized. As the course is developed and more funding becomes available, I can definitely see my rating going up. I am just thrilled to have a course to play at all.
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Pros: Temporary tee markers are now placed. They are intended to mark the back side of a future tee pad. Flags point in the direction of the target (if you hold them out). Maps coming to the Centre in a few days.
Cons: Permanent tee markers and pads are still a few months away. Tee 2 is the most difficult to find if you are not familiar with the course. You must walk around the SE corner of the splash zone and find tee 2 near where the concrete paths meet.
Other Thoughts: Most targets are clearly visible from their tees. Exceptions: Target 4 is up the hill a few hundred feet and to the right about 40 feet. Target 8 is up on the dam.
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