2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course offers a variety of distances and disc turns which favor certain players on certain holes and others on other holes. You find yourself doing phenomenal on one hole and enraged on the next. As far as free courses go, this is by far the best and most reliable.
-Red and Blue Tees
-Red and Blue baskets(high quality)
-Challenging shots and tests every aspect of your disc golfing abilities
-Enough distance between holes where letting someone play through isn't a hassle
-Beautiful scenes and trees
-Lots of trashcans
Cons: While this is by far the best course south of the Twin Cities, it certainly has some drawbacks
-Marijuana Leaf drawings on tees
-The course setup for a first timer and even a fifth timer may be confusing. As someone who has played this 40+ times, I sometimes forget about how confusing it is, so make sure you either take someone experienced with you or else take a picture of the map on hole 1.
-Lots of trees to maneuver and get discs lost in
Other Thoughts: Can't wait for more updates!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Lucky middle school bastards
Pros: So this rating is a bit high. More of a when they finish with the things they are gonna do (like Cement tees) it will be here. 2 sets of tees and baskets on every hole, lots of variety, up the hill, down the hill, left, right, open, narrow. You will use every shot in your bag.
Cons: Closed during the day when kids are in session, no real bomber holes, the longest open hole is only about 400'
Other Thoughts: As it stands right now this course is a 4, cement in the teepads and it is a 4.5. Very good course.
0 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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