2 Helpful / 7 Not
Oak Hill Dubs
Pros: Great use of the water and woods. You'll really REALLY like #18, or really, REALLY hate it.
Cons: Some long walks between holes but neccessary. Low areas could be a problem after a heavy rain.
Other Thoughts: Wish i'd remembered my camera....... i played on a beautiful day and the course has many photo friendly holes.
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: + Trees provide a great challenge
+ River and ponds provide challenging but manageable water hazards
+ Varying distances calls for a strong game to do well
+ Usually well kept, never too bad to play
+ The forest creates natural dog-legs and tunnel-shots
+ Concrete tees with hole maps spray-painted on
+ Multiple tees
+ Maps made available
Cons: - Tough to get the hang of at first
- The 18th hole is brutal on many newcomers
- A few holes on the back 9 can get flooded after a heavy rain
Other Thoughts: This course is very fun to play. It has a bit of everything, and it keeps things interesting. There are two tees which provide varying challenges. The course is built into a forest for the main part of the front 9 which provides unique challenges. Dog-legs and tunnel-shots are very common requiring good precision and accuracy. The course runs along the river, which has its ups and downs.
There are only two major water hazards, but the last one (Hole 18) is a very difficult shot for the inexperienced. The back 9 is far less complicated than the front 9 and becomes a distance contest, though a few of the holes provide unique challenges that test accuracy as well as power. The only terrain Oak is lacking in is hills. No uphill or downhill shots provide for a flat experience.
Overall Oak is a very well put together course that is very unique in its hole setups. You'll see a bit of everything except hills.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Long, pretty and semi-challenging. Often have to contend with low ceilings or unconventional long power drives. A river comes into play, as well as a few ponds with a signature pond shot and rock cliff on the last hole (see picture). Well maintained, plays easy and clean. Locals have put work into marking it to make it easy to follow.
Cons: Needs tee signs, or re-painted tee pads showing lengths. The river will swallow your disc, and you if you try to go get it. Semi long walks between some holes, and since it's long it is tiring.
5 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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