Better in the offseason
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Great physical workout with a lot of holes that will challenge your ability to throw an accurate tunnel shot. Also a couple neat hole designs that take advantage of the mountainous terrain.
Cons: This course is nearly unplayable in the summer months to anyone that isn't very good at disc golf. Fairly tight holes mean that your disc drifting out to the left or right will find you searching through tick and mosquito infested overgrowth often. Some of the holes at the beginning and end are either partially open or in woods with only trees and no weeds or bushes. These holes were enjoyable, albeit pretty forgettable (most are in general). A long stretch of holes in the middle will eat you alive (the bugs will, anyway, as you search for your disc) if you're not dead on with your throws. Also the signage on the course can be confusing, as it shows two basket locations but only one basket is present and sometimes not visible from the tee. You'll find yourself walking up a bit to scope out some of the holes and figure out which basket is there.
Other Thoughts: I recommend playing this course in fall through early spring when the growth thins out if you want an optimal experience.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 6 Not
course needs work
Pros: this course is set in a beautiful place and is a great place to take pics. and some great shots that you wont find anywhere else.
Cons: this course needs alot of work. lots of trees and thorns. there are more than a few shots that have no fairway at all. you are looking at a tree line and just kinda have to guess on a good way to go. the tee signs are nice but very misleading. and no bathrooms.
Other Thoughts: beautiful but lots of trees and thorns
1 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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