1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: -Course signs and map by hole 1
-Good variety of many different shots and options of what to throw on many holes.
-Large trees throughout the course are overshadowed by the shots through and under two cobblestone bridges.
-The pond behind hole 8's basket, it is kinda in play but not severly close to the basket.
-There are plenty of short birdieable holes.Holes 8 and 11 are a good challenge for 3's.
-Nice to throw a course around a bunch of sweet old building's and nice cobblestone walkways.
-Deer the deer are not afraid of discer they just watch you drive and eat away, for a minute we thought it was fake.
Cons: -A few cracked teepads.
-Having errant throw could be a problem as roads and students will be thoughout the course.
-Alot of the holes are easily reachable and some of the holes are wide open with little to know elevation.
Other Thoughts: The key is to get the disc close enough to start a converstattion with the Sorority girl's, but you can't hit them or you never gonna get laid. This course has a huge fun factor and throwing holes 4 and 5 it is always worth the drive. I have heard they add alot of holes for the CCS every year, will check those out this year.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Decent mix of hole types. Some woods, mostly open, occasionally treed. Beautiful scenery. A mix of lush green grass, old and mature trees, and amazing architecture.
Honestly though the best part of this course is that it is situated right on the south east end of Miami University's campus, and the women are gorgeous.
Cons: It almost seems that the course was once 9 holes and then 9 more were added without much thought. There is a pair (I can't remember the numbers) that simply go up hill and then back down. The course is also not well marked.
Other Thoughts: If you go to Miami or live around the area, it is totally worth playing. I haven't played it since college, but it was great then and I am sure it still is. Starts behind Bachelor hall, which is hard to miss: big building sitting right at T intersection at the end of Spring Street.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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