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Rising from the ashes
A ton of risk reward holes. Long holes challenge drive and upshot making ability. Lots of open fairways but still with OB means you need to control where your disc lands. As such it's a course unlike most others you will play because there are a lot of options/lines for your throws but landing spots are critical to scoring well. One short deuce-or-die hole thrown in for fun. Hole #4 from the blue/front tees is one of the sickest holes I've ever played... the first shot is tough hitting the landing zone, the second shot is probably tough to stay in the fairway, the third shot might still be with a driver, and you'll be happy if you're putting for a 4.
Restrooms on property may or may not be locked. Trash cans at various spots on the course. Built on an old ball golf course so it drains extremely well after rain.
Needs permanent tee markers! Watch carefully for walkers/joggers in the park. As the course plays back on itself for the back 9 holes beware and be aware of other players. Muddy water makes it hard to find any discs that do find ponds still retaining water.
What used to be the LINKS has been redesigned as "L2". There a few of the original LINKS holes, a few of the Largo holes and some brand new holes. There are 11 baskets in the ground but only nine play in each direction. The course maps posted on DGCR should contain everything you need to know for navigating and playing the course.
Most of the ponds are completely dry right now and will probably stay that way for a while. That takes away a lot of the "pucker factor" with the threat of losing a disc gone. All the dry ponds will still cost you an OB stroke though.
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