0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: well groomed. Easy to find. Low traffic, disc golf wise, not sure about golfer traffic.
Cons: no map, no one knows where it starts
have to watch for the golfers who play through/across many holes
Other Thoughts: NEED a MAP or someone to show where tiny stakes marking holes are. just found ourselves wandering about.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
New Course Info
Other Thoughts: This is not a review as much as providing information about this course development. This is an experiment to see how well disc golf can integrate with ball golf on a 9-hole course. The disc golf course only uses 5 of the 9 ball golf holes since there is other property available for holes between ball golf fairways. About half of the holes in this currently posted layout information will be changed in the next few months to better fit with the ball golf flow. That change along with improving signage might boost the rating to 4 or even 4.5 for some players. The amenities are some of the best you'll find with not only a pro shop with DG merch serving beer and snacks but a full restaurant/night club onsite next door. Even though it's pay-for-play, the baskets were provided from a state grant so the first 9 holes are free. We designed three unique tees on each hole so you can get a much better variety of play than a typical 9-hole course including a championship distance gold 9. I'd like to see a few more hazards on the holes for more challenge and that may come by next year. If things go well, the owner will consider popping for 9 more baskets and there is some water on the remaining ball golf holes not yet used. The baskets will remain up all year long which means no ball golfers to deal with for maybe 5 months from November-March. It's possible play will be free during that time but no carts will be available.
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