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Unassumingly Great Little Course
Pros: First - This is the course I grew up playing since its first inception in 1991. It was designed by my dad, Greg Brooks. It was one of the first 3 courses in West Texas and it has grown from a nine-hole "tone-pole" (poles with a larger cylinder welded on top that made a humming tone when you hit it) course to a sometimes 13-pin tournament course. It has 27 tees that are made up of 3 separate nine-hole courses (front, back, alternate). There are also a few local courses (safari, reverse and reverse-safari). The course is in an old run-off tank and has many large trees as well as some open field. Now the list of Pros:
- Great use of the area given.
- Holes are simple and double-digit under rounds are a plus.
- Although Simple, trees can catch your disc and wind is a great factor.
- No holes are the same.
Cons: - No tee signs (City won't allow them).
- Front and Back nine flow well, but Alternate nine will require a guide.
- Overlooked because of the popularity of Big Spring's second course - Comanche Trail.
Other Thoughts: I will forever love this course because of the memories. I played it for the first time in a few years a couple months ago and I found it much more enjoyable than I remember. I recommend it for anyone passing through looking for a quick round. Nine holes take 35 minutes by yourself.
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