Crosslake, MN 
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Uploaded By: tonyroberts Hole #4 (Taken 6/2014)
3 / 179ft. Par / Distance:
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Fun course, family-/beginner- friendly

1    5/30/2013   11/20/2013
Review By: TrustYourRubber
Played: 11  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 2.1 Years
This review was updated on 6/4/2014
Pros: -Beginner friendly
-Interesting and new hole layouts
-Rubberized tee-pads and new baskets
-Promising winter venue in lakes area (nice amenities and shorter holes)
Cons: -Only nine holes with no alternate tees
-Lacks significant challenge for experienced players
-Scenery is ho-hum (only interesting view of the surrounding wilderness is an over-look of a swamp)
Other Thoughts: Fun course! Course layout is confusing the first-time through. Course may become stale after a few plays through, especially for experienced players, but I would recommend this course for individuals looking for a great outing with their family and friends!

Beginner player experience - 1.0/1.0 for some fun yet interesting holes
Intermediate player experience - 0.6/1.0 for some interesting lines and hills and tough birdie holes
Advanced player experience - 0.1/1.0 for not offering much other than opportunity to enjoy a round with family and/or friends with less disc golf experience
Setting 0.9/1.0 for being a nice community setting during summer
Overall course experience - 0.8/1.0 for nice amenities, tee-pads, easy-to-walk, and nice baskets

Total = 3.3/5.0

 Nice Little 9 hole course

2-4    6/30/2011   7/11/2011
Review By: Wattenphul-2009
Played: 36  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 8.7 Years
Pros: Baskets are in pristine condition.
The raised rubber tee pads provide good footing.
The grass was neatly mowed.
I was surprised to see the grass was irrigated too!
Hole 4 provides a challenging dog leg right.
The last hole allows for a use of a driver.
No crowds in this small Minnesota town. I was up in Nisswa for a vacation and decided to hit up a couple courses. This one was a nice suprise.

No real water hazards.
Cons: No maps or tee markers other than the hole number. A course map to look at before you start would be handy.

No benches or trash cans.

First hole is a rather boring straight shot in an open field without any challenges.

No real water hazards.
Other Thoughts: Overall, it was really fun to play. I enjoyed the variety of holes and the small town feel. No crowds, no fees, no overly trodden paths. A wonderfully planned out course. A hidden gem.

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