It Deserves A 1.5 But I'm Rating It 2!
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Pros: Trinity Pines is a private Christian camp. I happened to show up just after the campers had left for the weekend. The baskets are placed around the perimeter of a fairly large expanse of green lawn which sits below the main camp building. This lawn area also features a small zip line as well as picnic shelter and some other small games areas.
The Innova baskets with the yellow bands have the numbers on the sides. The course is meant to be played in a counter clockwise direction starting just below the main building.
However, there is no signage nor tee pads of any kind. I just threw from basket to basket. The baskets are spaced anyway from 150 ft. to 200 ft.
There is evidence near the # 5 basket that someone has roughed out an area for a tee pad.
The # 6 basket is up the hill in the pine trees where the house is.
The # 9 basket sits up high on the hill near the main building. And there is a large sign with the number 18 on the fence here. Makes me think someone has set up a back 9. And if there is indeed a back 9, then # 10 should be teeing off the balcony of the building. That would be a most interesting shot for the camper crowd!
Cons: It's a fairly simple little throw.
There are no signs or map.
There are no tee pads.
There isn't much in the way of obstacles.
Other Thoughts: What I like about this little camp course is the designer kept it simple for the campers. He didn't make it overly long or hide baskets in the bushes. There's almost nowhere for them to lose their discs. It's a nice design for that crowd and won't frustrate them as many other camp courses I've played will.
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