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It's not the size that counts... so I'm told.
Pros: Take a trip with me to a wondrous and immaculate grass field located in the heart of a small town. It is essentially the most thrilling and exciting attraction for blocks around. Yes, I'm talking about the amazing and spectacular 5-basket "course" known as the Ogden Weber Applied Tech College.
I have no idea why this course isn't the host for more tournaments as it is so pristine and luxurious. They practically have a spa area complete with mud bath for your discs or faces alike!
The holes are so amazingly technical and require such incredible skill that this must be the go-to course for all the local pros and scout troops.
Cons: I may have overstated the technical nature of the holes, and the course in general.
In reality it's not a course at all. In fact, it's really just 5 poorly placed baskets in a field. I mean, 4 of them are in a straight line for crying out loud!
Other Thoughts: Enjoy 10 min of extreme fun on this abomination of a course if you have nothing better to do or in the unlikely event that a tornado destroys all of the other disc golf baskets within 50 miles.
Oh, and there aren't any tee pads, but they do have some oddly placed blocks of cement buried in the ground which make a thrilling game of "don't fall in the lava/grass!" Now that is totally worth it.
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Made for the Students
Pros: Nice baskets. Well kept lawns. A few pretty trees, and an interesting little river. 3 of the 5 holes are pretty fun. This course can be played in 10 minutes.
Cons: No signs. Only 5 holes, all of which are short.
Other Thoughts: A fun course for students. Not a destination course.
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