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i loved it
Pros: its nice and clean,, no crowds,, good for a novice like me lol,, i love this place i grew up in W.S. wish we had this when i was a kid.
Cons: dont really like blind shots but i have learned to deal not that bad here
Other Thoughts: could use more seatin,, other than that this place rocks
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Good 9-hole course
Pros: Map at first tee gives you an overview of the course, and there are signs at every hole.
There are plenty of elevation changes and a variety of shots for both right- and left-handers.
Good use of the available land, particularly the creek (which is a major factor on four holes and a minor factor on several others). Except for No. 8, it's generally fairly easy to retrieve your disc if it does go in the water.
The risk-reward factor is high, particularly on Nos. 4 & 5 with the baskets near the water on these short holes. You expect to birdie, but finding a tree or water could lead to bogey or worse.
Cons: Creek crossings are iffy in nice weather. In addition, several of the up-and-downs getting to baskets were a little treacherous in dry conditions. I wouldn't want to attempt them if it had rained recently.
Most of the ground was really dry, but I had to navigate a swamp around the No. 3 tee, so drainage is clearly an issue.
Speaking of No. 3, you can't see the basket from the tee, and I could see an errant tee shot hitting someone on No. 4.
There are no facilites of any kind.
A road runs through the middle of the course, and another road (pretty busy) runs parallel to No. 8 fairway.
Dirt tee pads.
The longest hole is 360 feet.
Other Thoughts: This is a fun neighborhood course.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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