4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a beautiful course that uses the lay of the beautiful land well. A creek is comes into to play on 5 of the 9 holes. This is a great place to come and learn how to play the game because for the most part none of the holes are incredibly difficult. This is where myself and 4 or 5 friends played for the first time and now we love to play as much as possible. In the fall the trees are beuatiful and you may see some animals and campers. The Camp also has a board that usually has a sheet that gives directions from basket to the next tee pad.
Cons: Since the main function of this place is for church retreats, improving and upkeep of the course is not always a top priority. I encountered some difficulty finding the blue wooden blocks on the ground that designated the tees due to leaves on the ground. Also some tree branches, while they increase the difficulty, seem to be in some bad spots. Lastly, Hole #3 is difficult to cross the creek, and sometimes an alternate route up stream has to be found.
Other Thoughts: For sentimental reasons, I love to play this course. This is a fun course for those new to the game, and may not be as enjoyable for players of a high level. Since there are not many other courses in the area, it is nice to have a place to play.
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