4 Helpful / 1 Not
can you blow me where the pampers is?
Aesthetic- plays through a tiny section of a tiny campus in a small town on the east side of the state. there is always risk of running into people out here.
Baskets- all present and in decent repair.
Variety- there are many different shots here and different shots on the same hole secondary to the two tees. The little bit of elevation here is reasonably used.
Maps- these are an absolute necessity for this course. you will be utterly lost without them. I had a map and was lost most of the time.
Tees- signs and pads are abysmal at best. the signs have NO information on them, just red and blue posts in the ground. Because of this the routing and navigation of this course is as abysmal as the signs.
8 & 9-- just terribly laid out holes. I can't understand why a designer would put these holes in here... they play along the grass then plunge into the woods. 8 plays next to a drainage ditch that was infested with many bubble-producing animals. 9 plays down a six foot fairway about 20' into the woods? seriously, worst two holes in dg, ever.
this place is a serious cluster eff. the baskets had signs hanging under them to tell you what hole the basket was. also, advertising a tournament. the fairways are on top of each other and present a definite cross challenge(danger)...
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