Not too shabby
Pros: While the original white and blue tee markers are strictly for beginners, the A & B tee markers for each hole make this a fun little course. You will be required to throw left, right and straight shots; through and around trees; and some wide open shots. Nice finishing hole with decent elevation change. Rarely crowded. I personally liked how the A& B tee placements made huge differences on how the hole is played. The change from the A to the B tee pads often completely reversed the optimal approach angle.
Cons: Greens are plain vanilla and not terribly exciting. Tee pads are grass/dirt (but sometimes this is a good thing).
Other Thoughts: Not worth a road trip, but it is definitely worth playing if you are in the area.
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Great little course
Pros: This is a great little course, not too short, not too long. Not too much is wooded, so your unlikely to loose discs. Most holes are very open. It's seldom busy or backed up. Interesting that it doesn't get more play...
Cons: Can get seasonally wet because of a low area on the first 3 holes.
Other Thoughts: I'm suprised at some of the low ratings people have given this course. I've played on MUCH worse! A couple arrow signs to the next tee might help, and a water fountain, but it always seems to be well maintained and not a lot of litter to pick up as at some other courses.
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