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Longer, and further away from human traffic, than most other college courses I've played.
Holes 10-18 similar-but-longer versions of 1-9.
Course plays as two loops in a counter-clockwise around the chapel located at the top of a hill of a small college.
Nine baskets, eighteen natural tees. Tees 1-9, identified by red markers, are typically ~100' closer, and somewhat off-line, from their yellow-coloured 10-18 counterparts. Based upon my typical throwing distance, I'd estimate the short/red/1-9 holes are typically ~325', and the long/yellow/10-18 holes are typically ~425'.
The first four holes all head in the same direction (West), and there was a headwind the day I played - don't know if a wind from this direction is typical.
Hole 1/10 is flat, has the road along the left, thick shule along the right, and the odd, small tree to miss in the middle.
Hole 2/11 is open and up a slope
Holes 3/12 and 4/13 are fairly similar - flat, and needing to avoid rows of small trees in the middle, but making sure your left-to-right shot fades back, or else it finds the road.
Hole 5/14 was the most interesting: scattered large trees to avoid while needing to throw a short (5) or a long (14) right-turner.
Hole 6/15 heads slightly upslope to a basket guarded by a massive tree and its large branches, while hole 7/16 compensates for its flatness by having a multitude of dogwoods guarding the basket.
Hole 8/17 is the most fun fun, a very long, very downhill, very open bomb, while hole 9/18 has you regain about half the elevation while also dealing with another massive tree.
Grass/weeds quite long, so pay attention to where your disc lands!
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