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ehh, not really an 18 hole course.
Pros: Aesthetic--property is nice and kind of a killer campground if you're a kid. Staff is very nice in the office.
Routing--easy, but there are some negatives here too
Signage--Passable, arrow pointing down fairway with seemingly accurate distances. Next tee signs throughout.
Cons: Baskets--Single-chained Discnation "liberty" baskets that are portables (not permanently anchored). I almost shot through chains numerous times
Teepads--not at all defined in most places, number 10 is on a road and has no place to run up before the teepad. Number 7 is horribly placed between a post and a couple big trees.
"fairways"--or the lack thereof, are just two tracks in most places. thickly grown with weeds. you could probably drive your vehicle through here as a golf cart which would be fun.
the illusion--the illusion that this place is an 18 hole course. the two tees per basket should just be considered short and long tees not separately numbered, you really don't get a unique look from the second tees.
Next tee signs--these are all over the baskets from the crown to the basket to the chains, these could cause bounceouts and irritation.
Other Thoughts: there is so much potential here that is wasted. why put in 18 crappy holes when you have the potential for a great 9 hole course?
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