Pros: -Decent elevation changes and pin placements.
-Baskets are crisp and new since the course is not that old.
-Grounds are well taken care of, very few places where you can realistically loose a disc!
Cons: -Dirt tee pads and no distances or maps found on the tee posts.
-Hole 5 was a signature left handed shot where a right handed thrower would need a sidearm, turnover or roller shot to regularly reach the basket. Trees have been removed on the right side which opens up a basic hyzer route and takes away the difficulty.
Other Thoughts: Back 9 will most likely be put in the ground early next year and we are pushing for proper tee signs with footage available.
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