3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This location is certainly an interesting course what with their being two places to tee off from for every hole. Also the scenery is some of the best out of nearby courses for the first 9 holes or so. The course itself has pars assigned that to me seem difficult and so perhaps to someone more than casual player acceptable.
Cons: The second set of 9 holes. The first half of the course being some of the nicest in the area opinionably, are quickly forgotten when the second set is begun. The second set will eventually be holes 19-27 after renovation but are acting as 10-18 until then and thus the layout itself can be confusing. What doesn't help that is that after the first 5 or so holes the beautiful signs that tell you where to aim and the par are missing and the only direction as to where to go is often finding some arrows spraypainted on the trees near the basket.
This is not always simple because the course seems to be set down along existing paths through the woods near the lodge. So the path crisscrosses a few times and its easy to miss a few holes or circle yourself a few times if you aren't careful.
Other Thoughts: My friend and I noticed a lot of trash cans filled with beer bottles and agreed that if anyone were to drink and play here it would be a sore choice as they would likely get lost and or hurt trekking through the woods if they were inebriated here, so take that as warning if thats something you do.
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