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Dying or in reconstruction....
Pros: Near Meeks, totally worth the drive if Meeks is being played, but only really worth playing 4 or 5 of the remaining holes there. Notably the signature holes 8 and 10 are still remaining and have a serious attraction for people such as myself who love novelty in a course
Cons: Where to start..... firstly, the locals give shotty directions for how to play this dismembered jewel of a course. second third and fourth, there are 6 removed baskets, an additional 2 or 3 missing teepad markers, and the only sign on the whole course was hidden under a canoe on a hole that no longer had a basket.
Other Thoughts: DO NOT trust the directions on the home page or what you hear from people at the college's offices. Park immediatly after the college's entrance and tennis courts on the corner of the next street and 18 and 1 will be right in your face. Flow will be difficult to follow but work clockwise around the soccer fields and you cannot go wrong. I will soon be updating this review to be more comprehensive and will add all photos I took as well as give a map for anyone brave and open enough to try playing a course that did not quite make it after it was established. All I can say is thank god for the fact that mormons are apparently too lazy to take the rest of the course down!
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Pros: One of the two anywhere in the area.
Cons: no or poorly marked tees. missing baskets. may not be completed.
Other Thoughts: go if your in the area and bored. if not, go to blairsville and play that course. Its nices. Meeks park if memory serves.
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