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Mountain pride park
Pros: Lots of fun holes with a couple of elevation shots, not to many long holes but some what technical course. Stay in the fairway and you'll have a fun day.
Cons: Tee pads are slippery in early morning play or in rainy weather. A couple of crossing holes that are dangerous to the average player with not much control of there discs. Hole 10 is a cool hole but just doesn't go with the flow of the course at all.
Other Thoughts: 3.9 is pretty high rating, I gave it a 3 just based on other courses with a 3.9 rating
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Decent beginner layout
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Pros: The course plays through a brushy ravine, most of the holes play flat along the bottom with a handful of shots using some elevation. There are a couple fun downhill shots and a couple nice pin placements on hills with good rollaway potential. For as little elevation as the park offers, the design does a nice job using the small hills to keep things interesting. The brush makes for some difficult shots if you miss your line, most of the holes have plenty of room to work a shot but harsh punishment for an errant throw.
There's a little line shaping required, with a couple tighter shots and some well-protected pins. There is some variety in distances, with some ace run shots and some that have a little room to throw a longer drive. With dual tees on most of the holes, there is even a little more variety in lengths and difficulties. Some add a slightly different line, and all change up the length. Tee pad improvements are in progress, the framed in ones are great and the rest are at least level if a little slick when wet.
Cons: There are some major safety issues. Some of the holes in the middle of the course play directly over one another. A few spots have blind shots where you can't see the landing and there are other tees and baskets in those blind landing zones. The walking path and ball field come into play on a couple shots, and the holes that play across the lower field sometimes have families playing in the middle of them.
The course doesn't call for a huge variety of shots, you can get by with simple hyzers and anhyzers for all the holes. There just isn't a whole lot of difficulty as long as you can throw a 350' controlled shot, as many of the holes have rough only on one side. There isn't any marking for hole number at the tees, so navigation is a little tricky especially with the layout changing and dual tees.
Other Thoughts: The shorter tees offer a nice beginner layout with reasonable distances though the rough is thick enough in some spots to get a little frustrating. More experienced players will find some nice challenges and a handful of really fun shots from the longs, though the safety issues and lack of real shot shaping variety keeps it from being a top level course. The new design is a huge upgrade over the old layout, and provides a much needed intermediate level course in the area to complement the beginner friendly layout nearby.
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