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Pros: The course has a good flow from basket to tee. I personally like how some of the obstacles (natural and man made) are used so the player will have a variety of shots. For example: Hole #2 is behind a High wire tower. It can be reached with a well placed Hyzer, Anhyzer or a well lined straight shot through the legs of the tower.
The open, long holes allow the big guns to show their muscle. It also allows the not so big guns (myself included) the chance to get a bird or par.
Not too many OB's or mando's makes it nice smooth play.
Cons: Holes 1, 3, 4, 5, 14, 15 and 16 to not have tee pads and can get a bit muddy and slippery after rain and early morning. However, I hear Tee pads will be installed shortly.
Other Thoughts: Good use of the property.
I think the distances and shot variety makes the course fun for both the beginner and advanced.
Playing at different times of the year adds different challenges. For example: Spring and Summer, hole #6 is rarely affected by wind. (even on windy days) Once the leaves fall, the wind will try to push the disc into the woods on the right. Even when using a disc that ends on a hard hyzer.
I recommend playing this course to players of all levels.
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