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Pros: a good mix of long and shorter holes some decent challenges to avoid/if you wanted to to throw thru i.e. on 3 instead of throwing the curve try to throw thru the brushy/wooded area there is a parking lot well parking circle/ culdisac near the first hole i dnt remember what street it is on but there is 1
Cons: some of the holes it is easy to lose disks on if you arent carefull where/how hard you throw ur disc ie on 6 there is a big ditch were ppl with bikes cleary hang out with a creek not to far away the trees like to hide ur disks or hole 4 with the swampy area behind the basket ez to lose disk due to sheer amount of brush
Other Thoughts: very nice course wish it was longer but the scenery is nice and there are a few deer living on/near the course
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I go to Antigo
Pros: 1) Nice signs with Hole #, Map, Distance, Par, and hole sponsors. They have all the information you would need to get around this course without issue.
2) There is a nice map of the course at Hole #1 to help show you the general layout of the course.
3) Distance variation is from the 200's, 300's, 400's and 500's . . . a little bit of everything.
4) Nice area of woods on the course coupled with some open areas creates a very nice variety on this course.
5) The wooded holes are extremely clean . . . meaning there is no underbrush. There are mature hardwoods to avoid and that is all you need to worry about. This is the type of natural beauty I can only wish for one every disc golf course.
6) There is hardly any garbage visible on this entire course. It is nice to see a naturally beautiful course taken care of by the players.
7) The solitude of the wooded holes is outstanding. It feels like you are completely on your own and the rest of the course is virtually removed from all other park activities.
8) Nice Discatchers help on the wooded holes for visibility.
Cons: 1) The open holes are virtually wide open . . . the 555' hole is wide open with absolute hard-pan ground because it was a landfill apparently. I like that they didn't focus on this section of the park but that it is included could still be a negative in my mind.
2) There is little to no elevation change on this entire course. I like to see altered elevation whenever possible, this is a negative, but the property does not lend itself to any variation in this regard.
3) There is nowhere to park near the course . . . I don't mind a little extra walk by any means, but some people will not even be able to find the course because they will give up before finding Hole #1. I thought for a moment . . . where am I?
4) Tees are just grass/dirt and left a lot to be desired because they were inconsistent between holes. Some had decent soil some had rocks and some were uneven. All in all just not adequate for a course in my opinion. If anything . . . just be consistent.
Other Thoughts: This is not a bad course . . . it has nice variety and is moderately beginner friendly except for a little distance. It has incredible mature trees on 4 of the 9 holes and some interesting features on a few others. Then it has 555' of hardpan from old gravel in a landfill . . . I threw a roller and only wish the wind was right for it because it could have been a beautiful thing.
It is in what I would deem to be the middle of nowhere . . .but it also provides a break from the standard Northwoods course that dominated the northern part of this state. Don't get me wrong I would much rather play in the Northwoods all the time, but this is a nice change of pace for sure.
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Pros: Lots of variation in obstacles, first holes are wooded, middle holes open up quite a bit. Holes are good and challenging distances, including the massive 7th hole.
Cons: Could use some more mowing / maintenance. Mosquitos can be bad after rainstorms.
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