Diverse and Challenging
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Pros: I went out for the wednesday doubles and ended up playing two rounds with Roger, one of the designers. I had a great time and found the course very diverse and challenging. There was a good mix of open and wooded holes. The wooded holes were challenging but fair with multiple lines through the trees. The park was very nice and well maintained. The grocery store across the street carried course maps and a few discs for sale. I also played the alternate tees and felt that they were well placed to make it feel like a new course instead of a longer version of the same course. The 100 + yr old cabins on the property added a unique sense of character. The park was well maintained, very little trash and the baskets were in good condition. Overall a great course and it definiatly had the "fun factor"
Cons: The only major flaw was that course navigation was at times tricky. there was a quarter mile walk from 12 to 13 which was not quite intuitive. There were also places where the rough made it quite difficult to find your disc.
Other Thoughts: Roger was a fantastic guide and he could really rip a disc. He also indicated that he is currently working on a new course in Sequim and I hope to come back when its finished.
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Far Out Dude
Pros: Extremely fun course. 9 pads, A and B, plus 6 more holes going through a field, along a pond, and into tricky woods make for a variety of challenging shots. Convenience store across street has cold beverages and nice discs for sale. Greg will hook you up with a map if you ask nice.
Cons: Little bit of traffic from picnics and bbq's going on. It was father's day. Grass was a little long on first 4 holes
Other Thoughts: Maybe add 3 baskets so there's 18 holes like most coarses.
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