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Pros: This nine hole course is on the grounds of a Christian school and is open to the public. This short course has nice new baskets and two sets of tees which helps cater to a wide variety of ages at the school. The tees are marked with colored number signs and there's a 2x2 piece of wood in the ground at the front of the grass tee area. There is no hole diagram but none is needed; finding the appropriate basket and next tee is relatively easy.
While the space is mostly open (as it should be for a beginner course), the small hills were well incorporated into the design to make the putting greens interesting.
Cons: The course is mostly open, mostly flat except for a few small hills I mentioned earlier and there is no shot diversity. Although things like this probably aren't needed on a beginner course like this.
The pond on holes 2 and 4 might be a little close to the fairway for young kids, although anyone who has been playing for a while will have no problem at all.
There was quite a bit of litter on the ground when I played here.
Other Thoughts: Don't let my rating fool you, this course is great for what it is meant to do, introduce young kids grade K-12 to the game. It's also a great place to take brand new players. If this isn't the kind of course you're looking to play then skip it.
This course is literally right off the highway so if you're on long trip you can stop for a few minutes to play, stretch your legs and grab a bite to eat at one of the near by restaurants.
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