Nicely kept camp course
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Pros: The course was well maintained and my round was peaceful. The homemade baskets do their job and I didn't have any spit outs. For having natural tees footing wasn't an issue.
There are a variety of shots here from uphill, downhill, long, and short. There are enough trees on several of the holes to keep things interesting.
Here are my hole observations:
1-is a wide open uphill shot
2-hyzer shot(RHBH) over the cedar trees and pavilion, basket is in the trees
3-has a clearing in the trees, aim for the telephone pole, basket is beyond the hole in the tree row
4-has trees off the box
5-mostly uphill and open, 400ft
6-short with trees upon approach
7-Anhyzer(RHBH) shot with basket behind cedars
8-tree lined gap off the box with the basket in the open
9-Low ceiling off the box, basket in front of the rock structure with a bell on top
10-downhill shot, air it out here
11-Shoots uphill with a tall pine tree guarding the basket
12-open with no obstacles, grip and rip
13-Must hit the gap off the box
14-has several cedar trees in the fairway to navigate around
15-open hole, basket not visible from the box so shoot to the power pole which is in line with the basket
16-basket heavily guarded, don't go long here because its all downhill behind the basket
17-short hole with trees upon approach
18-slightly uphill with the basket by the mini golf course
Cons: There are no distances listed for the back nine. The back 9 holes are just marked with a yellow triangle shaped tee marker with the hole number on them. Wind can be an issue, especially on the back nine.
The walk from #9's basket to #10's tee is super long and makes the flow drag. I know why it had to be done, but wished there was some way they could have made it less of a walk.
If there was a camp going on I don't see how you could play this course. There are just too many other things that could be affected like the archery range, mini golf course, etc and chances are you wouldn't get on during camp time anyway.
Other Thoughts: It appears that this was once a nine hole course and then they added a back nine holes. The front nine has wooden tee markers with the distances and the hole layout on them. When I finally got permission to play this course I was greeted by a man named David who gave me a map of the course and pointed the layout of the course out to me. He was very nice and I even saw him again on hole #15 riding around on an ATV and he pointed me in the right direction. For being a camp course the back nine and #5 on the front nine has some length. I don't know what the distances are for sure on the back 9, but if I had to make a guess I would say 4-5 of the holes are in the 300-400+ range. This is a nice little course if you can get on and play and are in the area then you should do it. Not a destination type of a course but still challenging non the less.
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