$25 to play, go elsewhere
4 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: -Descent teepads and signage
-Fun throws over water on two holes
-Other than that it is not very memorable
Cons: -The biggest negative about this places is that it COSTS $25 TO PLAY! That is nuts when almost every course in PA is free, or $5 at most. I played this course before you had to pay to play and it is a fun course don't get me wrong, but it is no way worth paying $25 (this gets you a season pass and they give you a gift card, but this isn't worth it if you are just trying it out a few times) to play.
-Hard to navigate several holes
-Chance of losing a disc is a very real possibility if you stray even a few feet off the fairway or throw into the lake
-Great opportunity to get poison ivy or ticks
-Other than 2 holes over water this course is very boring and pedestrian, not worth $25.
Other Thoughts: Disc golfers should not patronize this place. It is supposed to be a free sport (or $5 for private places like this which I am ok with). You can find literally dozens of courses in this area or neighboring areas that are free and much better like Jordan Creek, Tyler SP, or French Creek SP. Seriously $25, that is enough to steer clear of this place until they change this policy.
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