0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Wide open space. Great for working on different types of throws. Perfect for beginners.
Cons: No real challenges; a few small tress. Field setting, so it's typically windy. Signs are directly behind the tee pads, so running up is more difficult.
Other Thoughts: As this course grows, it will continue to be a great "training ground" for new comers and those who want to practice on the mechanics of thier game.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Just a series of tees and baskets
Pros: -You wont lose a disc
-Clean, well maintained area
-Great signage with directions
Cons: -Flat, flat, flat
-No obstacles, elevation, bends
-Only 9 holes and Am tees don't make enough difference to fake an 18 hole course
Other Thoughts: This course just is what it is. It is clean and well maintained but there is nothing to it. Every hole is just dead straight with no obstacles and between 240 and 450 feet. Not a bad place to warm up your arm after a long winter, but offers no challenge or views or anything worth playing regularly.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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