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Baldwin, MI 
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Uploaded By: MDeezy Hole #13 (Taken 7/2010)
3 / 202ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #13 Tee: Fairway bends right after mando



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 A Little Rough Around the Edges

1    6/23/2010   6/23/2010
Review By: bloodypotato
Played: 9  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 5.8 Years
This review was updated on 7/28/2010
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Lots of different shots, short and long hyzers and anhyzers, and different elevations on almost every hole
It was pretty easy to find your way around the course, with most pins having pretty clear paths to the next tee
A very rewarding course, with a difficult but possible layout. There are a lot of risky shots that pay out big, but you can always take the easy route if you don't want to risk getting kicked out into the woods
Cons: Tees are dirt, and some were missing numbers or lengths
Very buggy
Few benches, which are really needed after trekking up and down the hills
Mixed bag of pins, anything from large branches with orange streamers on them to DiscCatchers
No trash cans on site, so make sure you've got some extra room in your bag
Other Thoughts: This course has some very tight, often low ceilinged fairways. While the course seemed pretty difficult to me, it still seemed fair, with no holes leaving me without a nice line. The course starts up at the house of the owner of the course, and he came out and talked to us a bit about the course when we first showed up. He and his dogs were friendly, and the course felt like it was what it was, a course in someones back yard.

Also, almost every tee was blind, and you had to do a little trekking to find out where exactly the basket was; if you're feeling lazy, though, you could always just pitch it down the fairway.

Overall, I think that this course is tons of fun, but you need to approach it expecting a course that is in someones yard (and this is what my rating reflects). You aren't going to find cement tees and Mach 5's, but what you will find is some genuinely fun disc golfing in a beautiful setting.

On my second visit, I was happy to find cleared fairways and a course that was in a lot better condition than it was last time. Some OBs added (look for the "duck" ponds!) and new baskets will be coming soon!

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