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Best 9 Hole Course in Town.
Pros: Great variety of shots. Wooded and open, long and short. Left and right turns.
Water hazard in play on several holes.
Well laid out.
Parking lot is being developed
Cons: Grass tee pads (but they're marked well with yellow pylons)
Bridges made of drift wood
Other Thoughts: We played this for the first time in 5 inches of snow and it was absolutely beautiful.
Hole #1 is an elevated shot that has a creek as a backdrop.
Hole #2 shoots across a field to a scenic cutout that also flirts with water.
Hole #3 is an uphill dogleg right that has several ways of attacking it.
Hole #4 plays straight for over 100ft then takes a 20ft dive down to a small green that plays along the stream. Three new well placed trees have been added just before the drop.
Hole #5 uses the creek as the fairway, leaving little room for laying up. Fortunately the hole is short enough you can run for ace. Water is deep.
Hole #6 shoots over the creek and is a good big arm hole.
Hole #7 is a short window box shot that shoots off a slightly elevated tee box and the basket is on the edge of the hill.
Hole #8 is the longest on the course, blocked only by a cluster of trees on the left side of the fairway. Creek plays on right and the bank is too steep to recover discs without a retriever.
Hole #9 shoots across the creek. Basket is lightly guarded by trees, but the grading around it slopes towards the creek making roll aways very costly.
This is the coolest 9 hole course I've played to date. I like the layout better than several 18 hole courses I've played around town. I will be returning to this course often.
A big thank you to the Inches of Mercury guys for making yet another awesome local course.
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