Burnsville, NC 
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Uploaded By: mx23ang Hole #7 (Taken 1/2012)
-- / --   3 / 350ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #7- Basket uphill and to the right. Short par 4 with two mando's in play



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 Nothing tops western NC mountain golf

1    10/6/2012   10/26/2012
Review By: JLudlam
Played: 28  Reviewed: 3
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nothing tops NC mountain golf. It's clear that this fellow and his family love disc golf. Very scenic, course has it all from bomber top of the mountain empty your bag fun to off camber technical holes. Very challenging course.
Cons: While I'm not a big fan of homemade baskets, what few are still on the course are actually quite adequate, I understand these will eventually be replaced.
Other Thoughts: I don't know what it is about mountain courses but the hosts are always the most wonderful people you will meet. Sherrie & I will be back!

4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Booyah Loving It

5+    12/23/2011   12/26/2011
Review By: Hogan54
Played: 12  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 3.2 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well Andy has done a phenomenal job at consistently updating course making subtle changes that are turning this course into just a blast. With recently redone tee boxes with carpet on all but one box allows for fantastic grip on any type of shot and just has this course fast becoming a well developed and thought out course.
The woods surrounding the holes make for both challenging as well as great shot variety on every hole making this a course for just about anyone.
Other pros is it really is a great course for groups of four to six because it allows for great singles and doubles or even triples rounds to be played.
All and all this is a beginning to what I believe will end up being a fantastic heavy wooded course.
Cons: Needs some work on arrows or maps for next hole direction but for the most part you can locate them on your own. It would just be a great extra to the course.
Maybe creating a few boards to show the pin selection for the day and show the distance from tee to pin. Just a suggestion bc most of the holes are actually visible clearly from tees but some may find this a needed addition.
Lastly a long walk between I believe three holes but nothing too rough.
Other Thoughts: Man what else to say other then a great home made disc golf course. I'm very excited to see what else Andy has in store for this as I know he is currently laying out plans for the next 9 holes. I also know he is working on some alternative tee box positions that will help provide some more interesting lines to the baskets.
This is just a great heavy wooded course that has had a lot of time put into it and is very clean and the trails are just getting beat in. So if you love courses like this I suggest coming and playing a few rounds.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Date: 11/5/2012 Designer Response by: mx23ang
Arrows and/or signs would be a great addition to the course because as Jludlam pointed out during our round "I would be lost on this course without you." Maybe many years down the road I can open the course up to the public and then the need for signage will be a must


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