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Course was a cinch to navigate, with a very natural flow, and plenty of "next tee" signs in the trees. If you couldn't see the basket from the tee, there would usually be a sign on a down-fairway tree, pointing you towards the direction to the basket.
Natural tees were a bit muddy and tree-rooted. No tee signs. On the flat side. Mosquitoes were quite persistent!
After the open first hole, woods on left, baseball field outfield fence on the right, the remainder of the course will play throughout the woods, with most fairways being quite generous in size. A mixture of left/right/straight shots will be required from the tee, with a few of the turns needing to be quite sharp, and quite near the basket. The course plays very short at first, averaging about 160' per hole on the front nine, but lengthens quite a on the back nine, with an average distance just under 300'.
Favourite hole(s): 12-14 is a nice combination, all in the ~275' range, requiring a sweeping right, an elongated-S, and a mid-fairway middling-left to reach the baskets.
Least favourite holes: #15. A U-shaped under 200' right-turner, you just throw to the base of the U, then approach, then putt - hard to imagine anything else to try.
Navigation: The pond on the left as you enter the parking lot is NOT the pond shown on the map, so don't use it to help you find the start of the course. Tee-1 is down the leftfield line of the last baseball field on the left, with the basket behind centerfield. When you exit number-18, you'll come out behind the rightfield fence.
Decent course, worth a play, hopefully when it is dry and the bugs aren't out!
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