pretty sweet, but where exactly are the long tees?
Aesthetic-- this is an absolutely beautiful piece of property bordering a very large picturesque lake. plays around the (lesser used) border of a tech school. Course is for students only but I had no issue playing.
Baskets-- chainstars, in good repair, could use some reflective tape to help with visibilty.
Routing and nav- not too bad with the map on here.. finding tee one is a bitch. go all the way down the right side of the split when you see a very small brick building on your right, there is a path next to it that is where the first tee is.
Teesigns-- beautiful carved wood showing both tees. obstacles and OB.
Variety and challenge-- this course is pretty sweet. both the terrain and man-made obstacles are in your way. have a good time and be careful.
Teepads/second tee-- the teepads are natural and in some places, the sign is close to an obstacle so it's hard to know where to tee from. The long tees are very very indiscriminate and hard to find. the teesigns are on the short tee but the long tees are usually unmarked but near "something"
Risk v Reward-- not really any. brush is fairly thin and the lake isn't used at all.
Private course- I never had an issue. I played on a saturday and there were some students around and I saw one security guard but had no issues.
Other Thoughts: This course is kind of a gem but being as it's private, it's kind of a dusty gem.
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