Worth a round if you can get on base...
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Pros: Good use of limited space and tree placement, keeps approach options interesting. There are now "tee pads"--wooden posts sunk into the ground with the numbers nailed to them. The posts are easily visible from basket to basket--no chance you'll get lost on this little course!
Cons: The course plays throughout a recreational area that borders directly against base housing (to the north) and railroad track separated by a chain-link fence with barbed wire (to the east)--so you might lose a disc on holes 4, 5, or 7. Also, since the course layout basically shares park space with a basketball court, playground, and grilling area, there's the potential for non-disc golfer interference.
Other Thoughts: Probably the best reason I can think of to go to Vance AFB!
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Pros: - not very likely to lose a disc
- easy to see the baskets (no getting lost)
- Extremly well maintained
Cons: - This course is on an Air Force Base, so you'll need to be (or be with) some one with military ID.
- The course has no tee boxes, nor any indication where you should shoot from (the holes have their respective numbers ,so you know the order)
- the course is fairly short, and shoots around a playground (which had kids at it)
Other Thoughts: one of the most well maintained courses (probably b/c no one plays it)
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