1 Helpful / 11 Not
Pros: It's free.
It's new so I'm sure it will get better.
Several holes bring an interesting approach. Mostly the one on the hill with big fallen trees surrounding, and the pond one.
Cons: 2 snakes and a snapping turtle in the water hazard. Hey, it was cool but someone could get bitten.
There's not really much design to it. Bring a good hammer throw, you'll need it since many holes expect you to somehow navigate a disc through a forest of young trees.
Several obvious filler holes.
Hard to navigate unless you are with someone who's played it before. In fact we met some people who said "it's only 15 holes I think". Well we found 16-18 but it wasn't easy.
Other Thoughts: I had fun. In several years with some boy scouts' help it could become a decent enough course.
1 of 12 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Give it a few years
Pros: Good mix of tight/technical and open holes.
Many water hazards.
Good use of what land has to offer in elevation, trees, and water.
Many risk/reward shots.
Cons: No foot bridges to cross the creek.
Course is still in its infancy stage.
Hole 11 basket placement is questionable. It's on top of a pile of dirt that will soon give-way to erosion from foot traffic.
Other Thoughts: This course has SO much potential. It will take a few years to finalize on a finished product. There are trees that will need to be removed in order to make some better fairways. This will take time, and should because it is much harder to plant trees where you want them.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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