1 Helpful / 0 Not
Bring your "A" game!
Pros: -Challenging but fun.
-Many different types of shots and variety of turns and distances.
-Easy to navigate course.
-Good workout due to the hilly terrain.
-Nice disc catcher baskets and each hole has two tees with nice tee boxes (astro turf).
-Much better since they cleared out many of the disc trapping weeds and briars.
Cons: Only thing I can say is, this is not a beginner course. It is a lot of wooded holes with tight narrow alley ways. Also it can be a hike because it is basically on the side of a little mountain.
Also bring plenty of "Off" spray because the ticks and chiggers are bad if you throw your disc into some spots off the fairways.
Other Thoughts: Great course and a must play when in Lynchburg, Va.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 4 Not
Needs Some Work
Other Thoughts: I wanted to go check out a course that is in the middle of being built. So, I made my way over to Liberty University's new 18 basket disc golf course. They have all the baskets in but not all are clearly marked. You can play the first ten baskets with out any real hazards. There are no tee signs so look for the pitching boxes for next basket. You can play 11 and 12 but, they have not been finished. As far as I can tell 13-16 you can not even play. When this course is done it is going to be an excellent course with a great verity of shots. I rate it at 4 since I have to put a rating in and I can see the potential in the course.
17 on the other hand is all worth while to show up for even now. The pitch box is at the top of the hill on the east side of the fields were you found basket 1. This would be to the left hand side facing the first basket (walking up the field from where you park) you see with 460 to your back. Go and pitch that disk, then watch it sail out into the feild. The view is very nice from that spot as well!
8 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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