3 Helpful / 2 Not
Stay away unless you like losing discs
Pros: -Not busy (but this could also be a con on this course, I'll explain later...)
-There are 9 baskets
-VERY easy to lose discs
Other Thoughts: Some nice folks we met up at Wrightwood told us about this "secret course" off by Lake Elizabeth that we just HAD to check out. After going there, I think they may have just been messing with us. This is by far the worst course I've ever been to. We only got through 5 1/2 holes in 4 hours and finally gave up, leaving scratched, bleeding, and with one less disc that we started with, and we were lucky to leave with that many. Almost every hole has high brush in the vacinity, which can make an errant throw possibly be the last for that disc. We spent at least 30 minutes on holes 3-6 looking for discs that had fallen in the brush. We didn't see anyone else on the course for the majority of the time we were out there, so we didn't have anyone to ask where to go, or to lend a hand in finding our discs. After fishing my disc out of a tree on 6, my fiancee lost one of hers on the very next throw, and that was when we finally threw in the towel. So if anyone happens to find a white Cheetah out on that hole, there should be a phone number on it ;) I was very disappointed in this course. Perhaps if someone were to take a weed whacker out there and clean up all that brush, I could consider giving it another try. Seeing as how the baskets look to be home made though, I don't see this happening any time soon. For a rural area that is supposed to be somewhat "well off," I would have expected a better course.
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