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some helpful comments maybe
Pros: some added length both with new tees and alternative pin placements , 6240 ft ish
adding some toughness
Cons: hole 2 just gets in the way . always a tough hole for me > but off 14 if u hyzer it , a side arm over 2 's t is a recovery shot choice
plus throwing over 3 's T on the drive is equally bad for flow
Other Thoughts: love the new t's for 4 and 18 , basket spot for 14 as well . little soggy when we played
bring garbage bags and pick up as u play , cans were not out yet,
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5 Helpful / 1 Not
the original course here
Pros: See the review by Texconinite below, I can't agrue with anything he said.
Lots of variety on this course, so many different shots are required...open, wooded, short, long, left, right, uphill or downhill.
The red baskets, red tee signs and red benches make it extremely easy to navigate. Once you find hole 1, a map probably isn't needed.
#14 open downhill shot to a protected basket.
This course inspired the other courses at LL, so "hats off" to it.
Cons: Somewhat too tight in places for my enjoyment; after playing more than 20 years, I'm tired of hitting trees. About half of the holes have lots of small diameter trees to avoid not only off the tee but also down the fairway and near the basket.
The dogleg on 7; I don't mind slight doglegs but a 90 degree turn thru tight woods isn't very fun.
One design flaw; hole 2 shoots over/around the tee of 3.
Although a good course overall, I don't think it is championship worthy. Adv or pro players should go play silver/gold course(s).
Other Thoughts: Lemon Lake is a terrific complex for DG, 4 courses with other park amenities such as good restrooms, picnic tables, a snack shop in summer all in a clean park enviroment.
I played this course in 1999 or 2000
when it was new, now again in 2009 & 2010 It has aged well.
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