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Pros: There are good baskets here and a massive variation of terrain. There are lots of things for the whole family to do here. Most of the holes are reasonable, and are also fun to play. As of this review they only had nine holes put in, but they have the room for many many more. The holes that are in as of now are very challenging because of not only the layout but also because of the huge terrain differential. Very private and secluded. I met Larry there the day I played, and I am not sure if he was the owner or what, but he was totally psyched that I was there to play, and he was really nice. He knew very little about the course or even where it started, but was able to point me in the right direction. From what I gathered he has a friend named Mark who is actually doing the work of designing and clearing the course.
Cons: This course is still in the infant stages and is very rough and wild. Not very much has been cleared, or manicured, and the fairways are full of debris. There is no navigation as of yet, and it was very hard to locate tee boxes and baskets. I never could find the basket for #7, and I walked by the tee pad for five twice within 15 feet or before I could find it. The under growth is extremely thick and rugged. The #8 hole was unrealistic. It was probably 300 feet or so with a fairway maybe 7 feet wide with super dense thicket on both side. The tee pad markers are super hard to find, and the give only the hole number. When at the tee pad it is hard to tell where you are supposed to be trying to go.
Other Thoughts: With a LOT OF WORK this may become a nice place to play. The potential is surely there.
Played again 12-19-10 and many changes have been added. Better signage is the main improvement. Much easier to follow now.
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