3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is easy to navigate once you find hole one, and sports some really nice fairway shots and elevation changes on the back 9 holes. Tee signage does a good job of pointing out where basket location should be.
Cons: There are several issues with this course that made it not enjoyable to play. Hole 1 is hard to find, it is by a shed, behind a huge building. Holes 1,2, and 3. are next to a bean field and a street. Hole 2 is a tight fairway, and if your disc is not thrown straight, it will end up in the bean field or in the street. Hole three requires you to throw 300 plus feet over the bean field directly. The bean field is being grown by the studens at the college. Felt bad as we had to go into the field to find my friends discs on both 2 and 3. Holes 5,6, and 7 are unplayable if a baseball game or practice is going on as the holes are right behind the fields and in between. No tee pads, trash cans, benches, or water fountains.
Other Thoughts: This course needs to be reconfigured into either just a 9 hole course or a 12 hole course. They could also move baskets around and down size of there longer holes so that they could fit a eighteen course in better.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 4 Not
Professional Caliber Course!
Pros: This is a beautiful course located on a college campus with beautiful breathtaking landscape and well defined fairways. The course offers a great variety of different shots that will be used to score well. There is a great mixture of some long open downhill and uphill bomber shots throughout most of the course. The course mostly plays wide open with a very few trees to really let your disc rip. The signs are really helpful, showing you all the hole information and the baskets are brand new Discraft Chainstars. The course is fairly easy to navigate from on hole to the next. The course is beautiful and well maintained with well defined fairways. The course seems to never get crowded, so you will probably have the whole course to yourself most of time when you play here.
Cons: The course does not have concrete tee pads as of now, just natural grass tees, which is not really a bad thing. I really didn't see any trashcans or benches available on the course at the time when I played here but that could change in the future being it is a fairly new course. The course did not seem to be a beginner friendly course, but is a good challenge for the more advanced player.
Other Thoughts: Im seriously loving college courses. The whole course is pristene with awesome scenic views. This is a must play course if you are in the area as you will not be dissapointed.
6 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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