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Green Green Green!
Pros: This course is designed beautifully. The course surrounds a public play area, and has very few areas that require a wait for walkers/bikers etc. The course is a tight 9 hole course with great elevation changes. This course is a step above beginner due to the dog legs and required accuracy. There are several ace chances, but the holes are designed that they are earned aces, not just a straight shot. The facilities are great and the lay out is smooth. I brought a map the first time, but I did not need t after the first round. This course is lie a miniature version of the back nine at Terrace Creek.
Cons: There are a few blind shots into deep vegetation. The course is had a lot of dirt trails, making it very muddy in the rain. The course does not have any real distance drives, or approaches. The course is small but plays tough which may be a problem with first timers and beginners.
Other Thoughts: There is a very friendly rooster that has greeted us the past couple of times we have been there!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Howling good times
Pros: Very challenging course.
Incredibly beautiful course.
Fairly navigable pathways.
I have never once had a bad time at this park, it is by far my favorite in the "seattle area"
Also worth noting, all the people who golf here are awesome, never once ran into anyone very rude.
Cons: Muddy, but at least it's not like, steal your shoe muddy.
Other Thoughts: You have to be able to laugh to play this course. Otherwise you'll get way to mad over all those perfect ace shots that at the last minute nick a branch and go flying off down the hill.
I really do like this course though, it's great for teaching my friends out to golf, and it's hardly ever busy.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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