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Pros: - Course is set in a small portion of a large conservation center, but is well separated from most other activities. There are some horseshoe pits close by, and a walking path borders two sides, so there might be some waiting involved.
- Trees are in play on a few holes; #2 has trees by the basket, which are are also by #3's basket, #5, #6, and #8 have a few tree gaps to make off the tee, and #9's basket is right in between two larger trees. Rough is also present by some baskets, like behind #1, #4, and #8. Mostly an issue if you overshoot the hole.
- Layout goes up and down the hillside, so there are some decent elevation changes. #1, #3, and #7 are slightly uphill, #4 is pretty steep uphill, #5 is slightly downhill with a blind pin position, and #7 is a fun downhill run with a low ceiling. Definitely goes a long way to keep things interesting.
- A decent mix of hole lengths; there are many shorties, and a couple longer ones. #5 plays a little shorter than 345', but #8 plays at 386'.
- Good signs and baskets, tees are starting to bald, but are ok. Navigation is easy.
Cons: - Small area for the course, so many holes are very close to each other. #2 and #3's baskets are very, very close; you have to avoid #2's basket shooting on #3. I would keep an eye out at all times, especially for shots coming from the top of the hillside.
- Most holes offer many paths to the basket, trees by the tee or basket are the only real obstacles.
Other Thoughts: - For a small course, it packs a good punch. Elevation changes are definitely a big factor, adding both challenge and fun. #5, #7, and #8 are good holes at the very least. Great course for beginners, ok to decent for more experienced players.
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