I love you, but I don't have to like you.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Signage is wood carved!
- Care has been taken making this course.
- Hole 18 makes your heart just lift up.
- Good terrain changes.
- Good baskets.
Cons: - A lot of trees. Be prepared to donk.
- If you donk a tree, you will regret the next 2 throws.
- I've seen local kids hanging out on the course with their dirt bikes.
Other Thoughts: The course could have been designed better, I think they should thin out the trees. I am still more happy the course exists than if it didn't. The Lions club did a great job with the signs. Deer like to hang out on the course at the end of the day which is def cool. Could use some way to donate to support the course.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: 18 well designed fairways, two tee pads each hole (short=red and long=white) but everybody plays from the whites. The pins are discatchers and look slick. Well engineered greens on every hole. I don't know why the other reviews say the course is short, they must have played from the reds or something. There are 6 legitimate pro par 4 holes so "every hole is par 3" goes out the door, giving you a chance to birdy even if you blow your tee shot by making an awesome 2nd shot. Lots of elevation changes, some tight woods holes, some more open. One hole (18) is monster grip and rip of 487 feet down an open power line clearing. The tee signs are superb, somebody took big thick wooden boards and routered all the info on, with a map of each hole gouged into the wood. Looks like a professional sign maker did this. I took pictures of the signs.
Cons: A fairway is the place where there are no trees. Some of these fairways didn't get the memo. If you stand on the tee pad and say "where's the fairway" it's time to get out the Husqvarna. But the locals told me the park won't allow much tree cutting, just the minimum. I'm thinking of sneaking in during the night and cutting some, and say a beaver did it. The tee pads uh, there aren't any. Just dirt which turns to mud when it rains. If there were concrete pads and treeless fairways I'd give this course a 4.5
Other Thoughts: This has been my local course since moving to VT and while waiting for the snow to melt on Killington and Sugar Bush. It's been good to me and I've grown to like this course a lot. It is NOT a beginners course as some of these reviews say. They make it sound like a pitch and putt on a grassy field. Noooooo way Ho Zaaaaaay!!!
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 5 Not
Other Thoughts: I think M@ hit the proverbial nail with his review here. That said, I visit this course weekly for practice and to introduce beginners, since it is the closest to both my home and work. There has been a little work done on the back nine as of 9/2012. I could go into a long description of each hole I think needs work or that could be expanded upon but instead I will just say that I would be willing to volunteer help with future development and layout if any of the course designers/maintainers are looking for help to bolster this course by adding some longer tees for advanced players. (PM me on this site.)
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
A COURSE IS BETTER THAN NO COURSE
3 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Great Baskets - Good quality baskets always make a day golfing more enjoyable.
Well Marked - If you find yourself wondering where you're going next, just look around. Tee box signs or "next tee" indicators are at every hole.
Cute - Seems like the front 9 are a great place for families to learn
Wonderful hand carved signs from local sponsors.
Cons: Short. And by short i mean short, short. It's a pitch and putt and most. I think I use a driver for onc shot on this course and that because I throw a roller.
- It honestly seems like someone heard about Disc Golf on TV and the internet and then decided to put up a course without having actually played. The land could have been used beautifully if someone would have taken the time to find a player in the area with literally "any" knowledge of the game.
- The "newer" back 9 has fewer lines to the tee than pretty much any course i have ever played. It seems like the designer wanted it "hard for the sake of hard". Rather than taking the time to creatively solve a way to maximize land it literally plays like someone said "oh, there's a bunch of trees let's put the basket 200 feet away and see if anyone can get through".
- Throw and pray is no way to play disc golf.
- The course is several years old at this point and I haven't seen a single brush pile moved or burned. Great for insects and squirrels, horrible for discs.
- Unrealistic pars. There are "NO REAL PAR 4's" on this course. But some should probably be Par 2.
Other Thoughts: Any course is better than no course. I hope pittsford rec takes the time to improve this amazing piece of land for a proper course.
3 of 9 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Quiet, challenging, disc catcher pro targets, free, different than anything in the area. There is a perfect driving range from the #9 pin to the practice basket.
Cons: Front 9 is well established and playing better than last year, but back 9 just went in and is a little rough around the edges still.
Other Thoughts: Quiet, heavily wooded course that makes you think more strategy than grip it and rip it.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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