Pros: If you like wide open courses where you can throw it as far as you can and watch the flight of the disc, you will like this one (although as far as open courses goes, this one is far from great). First, the pro's...
1. Great for ripping drives as far as you can throw. This is a big arm's course.
2. There's lots of elevation on this course: downhills, uphills, and valley shots. Nice variety, as far as elevation goes.
Cons: 1. First off, for a wide open course, I expect navigation to be self explanatory or easy to follow: that's not the case here -- and it's frustrating. I could be wrong, but I couldn't find the basket on a few back nine holes and ended up throwing to the same basket, marked #10, on three holes. I don't know if it's worse to be unsure about the basket you're throwing to or to have 2, 3, or 4 different holes throwing on the same basket. Either way, Two Rivers gets dinged for this.
2. Very old, unappealing baskets.
3. Carpet tee pads (as in real carpet, not turf).
4. While there's variety in elevation, you're essentially just throwing back and forth across two fields. Very mundane and forgettable.
Other Thoughts: There are lots of other amenities here, including a water park, walking trails, playgrounds, and picnic areas. This looks like a really nice place to bring the family. Bring your distance drivers too. But don't bring lofty expectations about playing a great course.
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Pros: Great place to air it out & get some exercise! Situated near a wave pool/water park, this little gem will have the out of shape huffing & puffing! The scenery is quite nice, rolling hills. The front half of the course plays very quickly with shorter holes & long ones that are easy to park. The baskets are in decent shape. The only obstacles on the course will be your bad driving habits if any. I'd recommend this course to anyone practicing a new run up or trying out a new set of drivers. Blizzards really love this course too! Grip it & rip it!
Cons: BORING! While it's nice to go big sometimes, it's not DG at its finest. The pads are inconsistent, some carpet, mostly concrete. The signage is dilapidated & confusing. It's easy to get lost because many of the signs have been vandalized, and all of them are on their last limb bc they've been turned backwards and reused. Tee pads that don't go to holes are everywhere. Some signs are marked for B basket for example, but the B basket isn't indicated on the map.
Other Thoughts: Take your time navigating, and look for the basket before your throw. I wouldn't bring anyone with joint or health problems bc the course goes up & down many times on these big open hills. If your disc goes over the fence, into the Waterpark area...that's trespassing brotha. The signs clearly say not to jump the fence for disc retrieval. A phone # would be nice.
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