2 Helpful / 0 Not
Short and technical
Pros: Great shade not to hot
Hole numbers are very easy to see on the baskets
2 tee options at every hole
First option marked out with stumps
Alternate marked out with stakes
More challenging than expected
Great place to take kids or anyone interested in learning, because the holes are short, and it is not busy.
Trash can on every hole
Cons: No map, can be confusing the first time
Tee pads are marked with stumps or stakes which are hard to see and not numbered in anyway.
Holes are short and fairly close together
Trees line every hole keeping all shots low
Baskets could be better
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Great Starter Course
*Short - if you like that kind of thing..
*When Morley is packed, this is a nice short course to come to
*Hardly ever anybody to slow your game down
*Easy to navigate
*Makes you work on your technical game.
Cons: *$5 is a little stiff with the cheaper baskets and no concrete pads. Even Morley is only $4 on the weekend.
*Longest hole is less than 300'
*Have to keep your discs very low in a lot of cases because of the thick olive trees. You also have very narrow channels between the aisles of olive trees.
Other Thoughts: Even though this course is short and doesn't have concrete pads or better baskets, it's still a blast to come out and play. I personally enjoy short technical courses, so it's a plus for me in the San Diego area. When Morley is packed on the weekends with the weekend warriors, this course generally only has a group or two at most. It's nice not to have to wait thirty minutes per hole on the weekends. I hear the Aces are trying to get more done to this course and hope that they do.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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