Pros: 1) Concrete pads
2) Tee signs
3) Most holes allow for a decent lefty or righty throw
4) Elevation changes
5) Highlight hole: 9
Cons: 1) No diagram of hole on tee sign
2) Only 1 set of pads
3) Navigation issue from 4-5 and 5-6
4) Course map on bulletin board is upside down
5) No trash cans on course (not a biggie for me though)
Other Thoughts: Wow, what a little gem in the middle of nowhere. This is probably the best 9 hole course that I've ever played. Good property with elevation changes and scenic views of Fremont and the Sandusky River.
The course is a little bit harder than a beginner course, so it has some challenge to it, but it's not so hard that a beginner wouldn't enjoy it. Hole 9 is an amazing ace bomb from up on a hill shooting down to the ground.
My main complaint is that it took us a few to find hole 5 and hole 6, although the different colored pointers on the basket cages led us in the right direction, so it wasn't a huge deal. If you download or print out the map before you go, you'll save yourself 5 minutes or so.
Overall, I am thoroughly impressed with this course and will return. I hope they make it 18 holes someday. There's a bunch of woods to the right of hole 6 that would be great if the park owns it.
Pros: • Nice mix of open and tight, woods holes
• New tee pads and Mach 2 baskets
• Good signage and next tee markers are accurate
• Not Very Busy
• Real elevation, which is rare for DG in these parts
Cons: • Could use benches.
• Course is muddy in the spring
Other Thoughts: Fun, intermediate, challenge in a nice park. The brush on a couple holes can be thick. I almost listed this as a con, but this is DG, so test yourself. Concrete tee's are adequate for the distances. The use of elevation is enjoyable and not overwhelming or ridiculous. #9 is a great downhill bomb 370 feet or so, and is an awesome way to finish the round.
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