3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Very well laid out course. Tees are all in excellent condition (even the two that aren't concrete). Just about every hole has some sort of challenge to it. Add in that each hole has 4 pin placements makes this a course that changes each time you play it (assuming you wait a while between playing it and someone has changed the pin locations). Holes 7, 8, and 9 are probably the coolest holes I've ever played and someday I'll get a good drive off the ledge on 9. Depending on the pin placements, you can have some short holes or some very long holes.
Cons: The ground can be rough. Sticks and cactus are scattered throughout so be careful where you step/kneel/squat etc. and don't wear sandals! Last time I played I stepped in some critter hole and bruised up my shin pretty bad so use caution as you walk around. If you play 7, 8, 9 the climb is pretty steep so if you aren't used to the elevation, take your time (but that's what makes those three holes so cool!).
Other Thoughts: Whenever I'm going through Casper, I make a point of stopping and playing this course, and you should too. So far, this is one of my top 2 favorite courses (I haven't been playing for a real long time so take that into account).
The first time I played, I had a hard time finding the start. If you are using GPS navigation, navigate to the Boys and Girls Club of Casper. You'll see soccer fields across the street from the club, navigate through the soccer fields all the way to the back, park, and cross the bridge. The first tee is just after you hang a right at the fork in the trail.
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