3 Helpful / 6 Not
Untapped Potential at it's finest.
Pros: -Some of the most unique wooded scenery and wonderful overlooks I have seen on a course.
-Several valley and plateau shots I challenge you to find anywhere else.
-Good balance of left to right hand holes.
-The perfect setting for a disc golf course, it really is, but....
Cons: -Design problems. Most courses with this kind of elevation reward your three hour uphill trek with huge bomber shots from the top. Hole 18 here ends AT THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, about two miles from the parking lot by hole 1. What?
-No pads. No resemblance of pads even on most holes, just a slightly flatter spot of ground which may or may not double as a fire pit.
-Alternating/random sometimes pin placement. Like every other Wisconsin course we played. Either pony up for two baskets, decent signs, or just leave it at one basket per hole. Scouting necessary on most holes.
-People camping in the fairways of holes 1 through 6.
-No beer (unless purchased there) or cigarettes allowed on the course, shirts must be worn at all times (you sign a waiver).
Other Thoughts: I think the primary annoyance I had here was the lack of a reasonable, solid layout which made use of the land instead of treating it like another obstacle. Instead of bombing down a valley, you played up then walked down. Or played across it. Only one shot of the legit 18 on this course plays downhill.
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