Pros: Full map of the course at hole 1 with signs guiding you through the trails.
Thick wooded areas make you feel secluded, away from the public.
Not much traffic on the course, running into other groups is minimal.
Plenty of ace runs giving you a quick rush of excitement. Most holes feature tight fairways.
Cons: Very short holes.
Sand/Dirt tee pads dont give you much traction and get worn in creating a rut.
Hole 1 is so short it's unnecessary.
Custom baskets allow for discs to bounce off center pin or fall through the bottom.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a fun and quick course to play. Definitely coming back to it.
Better than nothing?
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Once you get in a little it has a nice secluded feel
Cons: 1. Baskets let putts fall out of the BOTTOM of the basket.
2. Most holes are extremely short.
Other Thoughts: With the course in Detroit Lakes a 20 minute drive away, I would probably never play this course again and not think twice. Very short, bad baskets, and the course is essentially built around a few access roads. Not the worst course you will ever come across, but definitely not worth going out of your way for.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -Very good signs showing hole location, par, and next tee location
-Nice variety of shots makes for a challenging course
-Lots of trees which can make for some technical shots
Cons: -Course can be a little hard to locate
-The town of Perham smells from the pet food and snack factories which are very close to the course
-Very little elevation change
Other Thoughts: Definitely worth stopping in for if you are in the area
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Small, tricky course.
Pros: Signs at tees give good directions for baskets and next tee.
Nice mix of course direction.
Cons: Tight windows and alleys before a dogleg on a few holes can force a side-arm player play forearm, or visa versa.
Other Thoughts: I like the challenge the course presents. Accuracy is key on this one. Very few holes you can just power your disc through. Good course to perfect some lesser used shots. I.E.- tomahawk, those crazy 60degree chip shots, upside-down is even useful if you're on the wrong side of a spruce tree. Hahaha. Overall, good course.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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