Top Notch Course & Great campground
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is well designed, well maintained, and tucked away on an excellent campground. There are cement tee pads on some holes, and crushed stone for both the long and short positions on every hole. Decent signage to navigate the course by yourself, and a quiet setting that will be a pleasurable experience for all who love the outdoors/disc golf. Holes 14-18 are in the woods tucked away and have a great feel to them.
Cons: None really, I'd just warn to be prepared for elevation, and some thick brush. You do not want to be in the thick brush, there are prickers everywhere. Also, I personally think holes 14-17 are nice, but these holes would be a lot nicer if they were made longer with smoother fairways, like some other championship level courses. The open holes are awesome though. Top notch.
Other Thoughts: There is a great mix of some open crush shots ( 2, 3, 8, 10, 13), and a large amount of both uphill and downhill shots that will challenge an experienced disc golfer. There are also few short wooded holes with narrow fairways and interesting basket placements (14-18). Overall, this course is worth the drive if you are in the area, even though it is out of the way from almost everything. There are also bathrooms and a nice shelter located on site. Bring your A game if you want to shoot in the 55-60 range.
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