2 Helpful / 0 Not
Not a destination
Pros: -As previously stated, the baskets are in great shape, and there are a full 18.
-Easy to play on Friday nights, parking is close to the first and last holes, very little traffic most of the time.
-Some interesting shots. Big sweeping hyzers, some tricky tunnel shots, and a nice blind drive.
Cons: -Obviously the land is not primarily used for disc golf. Some parking areas and buildings are far too close to the baskets for safety's sake.
-No distinguishable tee areas, signage or guides. You're on your own out there.
-When there are activities there, the course is totally unplayable. There's nights I head out there to get a quick round in, and wind up headed to Cumberland after I find that there's a mini camp happening.
Other Thoughts: Despite the undeveloped nature of the course, there is a charm to the property. It is very quiet, the people are friendly, and with some creativity you can improvise some very tricky holes. I usually play basket to basket, and use the time to work on some new shots. For a real variety, I've played it basket to basket from 1 to 18, turned around and played backwards back to 1.
All in all, a fun place to work on shots and maybe bring a friend, but utterly unplayable for a doubles night, and forget about a tourney.
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