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Pros: This course offers a nice blend of the terrain from the other two courses. Like the others it begins and ends in the open field, though the first two holes offer a protected pin and a fun island green with a small moat around it. The majority of the course plays through the woods, with a few holes up and down the steep ridges and ravines offering some fun elevation and tricky greens. A few others play down by the stream, offering some water hazards and nice views in the river valley.
This course has a really nice mix of hole lengths, with some nice short technical shots and some longer holes with wider throwing lanes. There is a good balance of left and right turning holes that make you throw all kinds of different shots. The concrete tees are in nice shape, as are the color coded baskets to differentiate the different courses. The signage is excellent, with hole layout and distance at each tee. The brooms at each pad are a nice touch as well.
Cons: As on the Ridge course, people with mobility issues might struggle with some of the steep fairways and even steeper ravines around some of the holes. This course doesn't have quite the wow factor of either of the others, with more typical wooded holes and fewer exciting elevation shots or risky water holes.
Other Thoughts: This course offers a nice challenge level between the other two onsite. It's not so long or punishing that newer players will find it too frustrating, though true beginners will find the technical shots and areas of rough pretty tough. Experienced players won't find it quite as challenging as the Streamside course, but it still offers a nice mix of different challenges and enough variety to keep it fun.
I really enjoyed this whole complex, and I think $10 to play all day is a great deal. There are three courses with different terrain and challenge levels, and all are easy to follow and well maintained. There are apparently plans to add a layout using the existing holes in the upper meadow that will be a little easier to access for families with young children or strollers and people who struggle with the steep slopes in the woods.
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