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2-4    6/4/2011   6/4/2011
Review By: #19325
Played: 316  Reviewed: 169  Exp: 13.4 Years
This review was updated on 6/9/2011
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Pros: Camp Henry Horner disc golf course is located on private grounds.The course itself is tucked in the back section of the camp.

There are 9 brand new portable Innova Discatcher Sports that are staked to the ground.

This course flows very nicely and is easy to navigate once you find hole #1.

This is a very beginner friendly course that will expose disc golf to hundreds of campers each year.

Although this course is short it forces basic throwing lines. There are several left to right and right to left turning holes. There are 2 holes that require dead straight accuracy. One is a fun tunnel hole.

Hole #2 has an awesome green. It's a decent sized hill with a fairly steep slope. Depending on where your drive lands you may have a death putt or an uphill putt. There is a roll away factor on this green.
Cons: For more skilled players this is a pretty easy course.

The tees are grass. It's not a problem when the ground is dry.

The baskets are portable Innova Discatchers. They catch ok but aren't top quality baskets.

Currently there are no tee signs. Tees are marked by flags and spray paint.
Other Thoughts: There are plans for some basic tee signs.

Fairfield in Round Lake is located just minutes away.

If you are one of those hardcore play it all course guys here is some info for you. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!!!!!From the intersection of Wilson/Nippersink Take Wilson Rd North and enter the subdision on Sunnybrook Rd. Once you turn into the subdivison take the first left Silver Leaf Ln. Continue to Autmn Rd & take a right. Continue until you get to the circle drive of Autumn Ct. Park in the circle drive. Walk south thru the trees and onto the access road and continue south. The 1st tee will be on your left.

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