4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The red course is the family friendly side and it seems the blue course is the course for the more experienced players. No problem on navigation in this park as there are maps available at the first tee and a huge blown up map of both layouts so if you get lost here it's your own fault! The tee pads are concrete and the baskets are all DISCatchers in excellent shape. There are multiple tee pads that have the course color and hole number at each pad so you know when you reach the correct hole.
Cons: The dual red and blue layout can be a tad confusing at the start of the blue course as the first couple of blue holes overlap the red course and can make it confusing for people new to the course or when the course is busy with people which seems often. Some of the baskets are too close to the next tee pads and fairways are close to one another as well and this slows play down and makes the course more dangerous. The parking lot is quite small and on a busy day you might have to park 1/2 mile away and then walk to the course.
Other Thoughts: Overall I found this to be a reasonable course to play if you live nearby but I wouldn't drive out of my way again to come down this far south to play it.
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