0 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Great course for all skill levels
Concrete launch pads (once finished)
Good up keep
Very creative hole designs
Cons: Signs is pretty bad,if there even is one
Hard to find the order of all the holes
Other Thoughts: Once finished it will easily be at least a 4.5 rated course.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
A good day
Pros: -Good clear map and scorecard from the front gate
-Fairways very carefully mowed. It could have been a ball golf course the grass was so short and consistent
-Easy to follow layout with map and scorecard
-Three tees for every hole
-Quality, good-catching baskets
Cons: -Each tee had one sign and three sets of pavers to show different tees. It was sometimes difficult to find each tee.
-Some fairways become repetative
Other Thoughts: Given the terrain available, the designer did a nice job laying this course out. There are many fairways that are long and straight with very low hanging trees, so this is a great place to practice rollers. With the carefully mowed grass, rollers here are often the preferred way to move up the fairway.
The course plays fairly, but I don't think you're going to see much variety in scores if you played it a bunch. From the blue tees, most of the baskets were well out of my reach for a birdie, but not too much trouble to get par, even if my drive wasn't spot on. Depending on how you perceive what par should be, this could either be a good thing or a bad thing.
I was visiting the area for the weekend and this was the closest course to where I was camping (Four Mile Creek). Entrance to the park was free because I was camping, I imagine there's a fee to get in if you're not. I'm glad I came here for a quick morning round.
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