I love this course!
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -A short but very technical course that's forgiving of bad rookies throwers such as myself.
-For being so close to a college, some of the nicest locals you'll meet.
-Definitely one of the cleanest and best maintained courses in the area.
-From the hidden Hole #1 right in the middle of the train tracks to the 6 foot holes in the middle of the course, this is one of the more imaginative courses in the area.
-The nearby Beer Garden is a short walk away from 18 and is perfect for quenching that post round thirst.
Cons: -Even when the course isn't busy, the two practice baskets by the parking lot are ALWAYS being used.
-Can get very busy at times.
-The layout goes back and forth and the long walk from 11 to 12 can get you lost. Stick to the concrete trail and you'll see a sign for 12 on your right.
Other Thoughts: What an awesome place. It's a definite stop if I'm planning to be Downtown or the East Side and I want to squeeze in a round, or a great warm up place before a summer night of bars and festivals.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: New Tee signs, Cleaned up fairways, Multiple pin placements.
Other Thoughts: This course is under new "management" and has grown leaps and bounds. All the work being put into it is easy to see. The new tee signs and cleaned up fairways make it look so clean and makes the course more inviting to play. People should remember to clean up after themselves and help keep the course looking nice. Its worth playing, as the course isn't too hard for newbies to keep the disc on the fairway and its also great for more experienced players to work on their accuracy with the difficulty of some holes.
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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