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Pros: Nicely laid out tight tuff 18 hole course, wooded. This course is a very technical course, it is not that long, but requires excellent control over your discs to succeed. There are plenty of trees, presenting an excellent challenge for those who take the below canopy route. There are a couple of long holes out of the woods, and water does come briefly into play. This course really demands a lot from the player on pretty much every hole.
Cons: There is no terrain to speak of. The trees are very very graby,it can be a bit like throwing a sweater in a velcro factory. A optional con is that it is all to easy to shoot up and over the canopy, effectively avoiding the obstacles rather than navigating them.
F@%$%ing Mosquitos! 'undreds of 'em!
Other Thoughts: A pro / con would be that there is little room for interpretation as to how to play some holes, and even less for error.
A bad day will be a BAD day, but a good day will be a very very well earned score.
Take your DX /Pro D that you wanna soften up!
Before playing get in touch with the 3rd Coast Disc Golf club they are a bunch of legends. And really you WILL need a guide for your first round.
Overall a good challenging course, not the best in the area, but well worth a visit.
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