Westerville, OH 
Hoover Reservoir Westside Share
Uploaded By: sisyphus Hole #2 (Taken 8/2014)
3 / 431ft.   -- / --   3 / 431ft.   -- / -- Par / Distance:
Hole #2 Basket to Tee



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2-4    9/9/2010   9/9/2010
Review By: Ripper
Played: 22  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 4.6 Years
5 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: -Amazing and innovative shots, off dams, over water, through the woods etc.
-Loads of elevation changes, and definate scenery.
Cons: -Temp Course and only used during tourney play.
-Not really focused entirely on Disc Golf as it is a temp course after all.
Other Thoughts:
This course really might not deserve a 5 star rating but i'm giving it one anyways and i'll explain. The course is a temp course so the baskets are not going to be that nice, the baskets aren't all arranged in tactical positioning like you will see in most of the top tier courses, but the main point of this game is to have some fun and this course does it in spades. The course is really unique in that 4 holes are actually off thrown off a dam, and 2 of the 4 are throwing onto a postage stamp island. The course excels in bringing something different in my opinion.

Hole 1 - You are looking down at a postage stamp island with a basket right in the middle. The disc will definatly do uncontrollable things at that elevation so it's allot tougher than it looks at first glance, but with a reservoir behind you and the flowing water to the right from the locks of the dam it is an amazing shot.
Hole 2 - 5 pretty much just take you around the bottom side of the course with three hyzer shots and one that is straight on.
Hole 6 is a bear as it is 500 foot par 3. The hole it tough as you have no real direct route to the basket and have just a small narrow path on the very backside, or definite risk reward of going over top of the trees and having a chance to get wet.
Hole 7 - This is a straight uphill shot that flattens at the top. When I say straight up hill it's a very, very steep grade where you just stand at the bottom of a hill and look straight up. I'm horrid at these type of shots, but this is an interesting hole none the less. The final holes though I love. You make your way around and then you play over the reservoir throwing back and forth over the inlets, with geese, sandy beaches, and tons of obstacles. Even though these holes are not that hard they are still fun to play. Then it wraps up with one more shot off the top of the dam onto an island at with hole 18. Once again this course is an experience and is the most fun course I've played thus far.

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