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Pros: -Variety of holes -- some require distance drives, some require low drives to miss branches, etc.
-No crowd (especially in summer when the university is not in session)
-Quick to play.
-9 hole course with two tee boxes for each hole gives an 18 hole course experience.
Cons: -No real tee boxes or signage -- sometimes the indicator is little more than a piece of wood in the ground.
-Can be tough to locate tee boxes if you don't know where to look.
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Pros: Good baskets. Little elevation changes makes it nice. Two placements per hole. Lots of trees. It is located on a small college campus. Landscaping timbers are put in the ground to mark the pads but the course doesn't appear to be played very much so the timbers are nearly covered by grass.
Cons: Tees for hole #1 are a little tricky to find, they are located by a dumpster next to a football field, 2 parking lots and a building. It is located on a college campus so it might be unplayable at times. Grass tees marked by timbers are difficult to locate.
Other Thoughts: I never found either of the tees for #8 either (I even looked for almost a half an hour), please let me know if you find them or know where they are. Hit up the Atchison course if you are in the area. It looked like there is plenty of room to put in another 9 and there could be some sweet shots if they wanted to stretch it out.
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