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A lot of variety in a short, 9-hole course - wooded, open, in/out of woods open, downhill, uphill, hyzer, anhyzer.
Two concrete tee locations per hole. The farther teepads for the wooded holes greatly change the view you (don't) have of the basket. Practice basket.
Friendly locals. Some views of river.
Concrete teepads short with sharp drop-off. Most tees unmarked. Most holes unmarked. Little distance information available.
Crowded. Limited Parking. Plethora of cigarette butts. Lots of trash scattered about.
Decent chance to lose a disc on #6 - downhill, with water not too far behind.
A first-time visitor should definitely take a map (available from the links/files on this site).
The long tee for #4 is a dirt patch across the driveway, near #9's long tee.
Most holes, from the shorter tees, are possible aces - while not a long thrower, I put a disc past/near the basket on every hole but #9, often with a mid-range.
#9 is probably the most challenging hole - the longest, narrowing woods on both sides, rocks in front to prevent skipping up towards basket.
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