Worst course I've played to date.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: I agree with the previous remarks. ... It had baskets.
Cons: The first nine holes were so short, I didn't even need a mid range disc, just my putter.
The back nine were just confusing, even with a map.
It was heavily wooded with thorns everywhere. Throwing a disc in any wooded area meant cuts on legs and arms.
I had to pay a dollar to play it. Which was entirely too much.
Other Thoughts: This is by far the worst course I have ever played. What bothered me the most about this though is all the potential it had. Like lake Lewsiville's course, this was off a lake, in wooded and hilly areas in a park off a highway. And that's where the similarities stopped.
The front nine felt like a put put course. Even with that, there were some technical shots, so I was willing to give it a chance and hoped the more recently added back nine would be an improvement.
Hole ten was the only good hole I played. There were 2 holes on the back nine that were complete u turns that no one in their right mind would think to throw at unless you had a map. It was very awkward looking directly to your right through trees to see the basket you were supposed to be throwing at. No disc was overstable enough, or understable enough to possibly make that turn. It felt as if this course was designed by someone who had no clue how the game was played.
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