5 Helpful / 1 Not
Course in progress
Pros: Nice discatcher baskets, with zip ties pointing the way to the next tee. This made navigation very simple.
2 tee pads locations on each hole some with different looks, others with 50 feet in difference with foiliage coming into play differently.
good use of limited elevation.
Distances varied. I think we measured hole 3 at 286 feet, so these are not super frustrating tunnels, but they are not 90 footers either.
Course is away from other park activities tucked in to a patch of woods.
Cons: no tees or signs (may be coming, course is brand new). If flags are missing there would be no way to know where to start.
The tightness began to feel like I was playing the same hole over and over after the second round.
Hole 2 was a little overgrown, a little more foot traffic as more people come to play may help this out. The course is isolated, nearest other courses are a half hour away, so it would not be convinent for many roadtrips.
Course had the feel of the ultimate backyard course. I think this course is still in progress and am excited to see what it becomes. This course has tons of potential and is well designed (by the designer of former DGCR top 10 course Hawk Hollow)
Bring your best tunnel disc, you will get plenty of use out of it.
I would easily bump this rating up when clear tees are in, even if it is just tee signs and two painted rocks infront of worn out grass.
Here is a thread about the start of this course:
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