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Short and fun little course
Pros: There is adequate signage and the course is very well maintained. It plays super quick and would be an excellent place to take a first timer or a good place to work on your midrange game. Many holes have Ace Run potential, and birdies are easily achieved. This course has enough trees to keep it interesting and there is a decent water threat on holes #6 and #7. It uses all the available land as best that can be done. #5 was the longest hole and #4's basket is literally behind a bush.
There are also restrooms by the tennis courts.
Cons: I wasn't a big fan of holes 2-5, in the sense that you had a road either to the right, 2 & 5 or in front of the basket 3 & 4. Be careful before you throw. Also there are tennis courts on the left had side of hole #5 so pay attention. It would be nice if some of the holes where longer, but you can only use what is available to you sometimes.
If you go long on #7 you could lose a disc to the bus yard that is behind the basket. There is a sign posted that says security cameras in use, so I guess you enter at your own risk.
Other Thoughts: This isn't a destination type of course, but if you were passing thru the area and you had the itch to throw this course will do. Again this is a great place to improve your midrange game, and a great place to introduce someone to the game. Since the course is so short you might find yourself wanting to play multiple rounds. I would have played it more than once if I wasn't in a hurry to get to the next course before we ran out of daylight for the day. It is a place where Aces are not out of the question and it was nice to see a course that was well taken care of. If you are in the area and you like to run those chains give this course a play.
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