Not as easy as it looks
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Pros: Course is on a college campus and is kept in tip top shape. It is beautiful out there!
Course is pretty wide open and allows you to really air out your shots and work your discs.
Very little traffic at all. For being such a nice course it has very little traffic. Mostly due to it being in the middle of nowhere for the most part. I enjoy playing here the most because it is so quiet and so nice. Great course to work on your game. Throw multiple discs. Rarely is there anyone else to worry about.
Cons: Holes 10-13 are pretty much the same shot going down and coming back all shy of 300 feet. People see these as the birdie holes and the thing that people who play the course regularly mention as the downside of the course BUT keep in mind not as easy as you think.
Other Thoughts: The real challenge in this course is not the layout but rather weather factors couple with challenging baskets. It is a prairie style course with lots of wide open shots and the wind out in westville is ALWAYS a factor and really adds to the difficulty to the course. When you couple the usually breezy/windy conditions with the baskets that have very heavy chains and HEAVY iron baskets the pars that should have been birds and the bogeys that should have been pars add up very quickly and will leave you saying wtf?
I consider this my home course as I play it the most and play leagues weekly there. If you have not played the course I highly recommend you do. It was designed well and with the exception of a few shots on the back 9 that are a bit redundant the handful of signature holes on this course more than make up for it. Also great mix of distances bring your destroyers, teebirds, and rocs!
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1 Helpful / 3 Not
Very Nice Course!
Pros: Excellent layout. I really like this course. More courses should be designed like this!
Cons: On the holes with the pine trees. The pine trees need to be trimmed up a foot - five feet high. If you happen to throw a disc, and lose it under the pine tree it takes you and your friends at least 5-10 minutes looking for the disc. While other golfers are waiting for you to clear the hole, your congesting the course by wasting time looking under pine trees. Just a flow problem when your always having to look for your disc under a pine tree. These pine trees need to be trimmed at least a foot up so you can find your disc under them.
Other Thoughts: Other than the pine trees, I'd like to see a couple benches to sit down. Overall this course is awesome!
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