0 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: New and in great condition. Very well marked. Good layout. Fairly compact.
Cons: Only 7 holes. The course is right up against several houses. One basket is a couple yards from a cove. Another hole runs right along a large wall that separates backyards from the course. Very easy to lose discs this way. People not very friendly. Will NOT give you your disc back.
Other Thoughts: One hole goes uphill over a garden/landscaped area. You've got to get your drive past it or it will drop into this landscaped area that is fenced in. It essentially creates a bunker and makes a very difficult approach shot.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Pass the Green!
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Super clean & brand new shortish course. Superb signage, tee boxes, and baskets. Perfectly mowed grass & some nice sight lines on tee shots. Very little foot & DG traffic. Cute, original and workable layout for the given space. The middle grassy section of the course makes for a terrific "driving range" for tee shot practice.
Cons: Mega hot. The course is laid out for 9 holes, but there are currently only 7 tee boxes & baskets.
Other Thoughts: The sub-150ft holes played more like par 2s, while the other holes are legit 3s. The course would definitely be more difficult if the non-grassy areas were played as OB. Best DG parking is the street between 1st & 2nd sections.
Uniqueness: A- (not too many courses laid out under power lines; now there is a good argument for more)
Difficulty: C- (easy course; playing OB makes it more challenging)
Fun Factor: B (nice layout & flow; great course for practice or betting)
Aesthetics: B+ (course conditions are perfect, hilly desert surroundings)
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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