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18 and loving it!
Pros: 18 holes with new Chainstar baskets, all still in mint condition. No two holes are alike. Many will require thought out shots, thinking to the next shot, and look ahead to find the baskets should you not be familiar with the layout. Front nine in absolute awesome shape. Back nine is great as well. Lots of elevation change and good usage of the creation. A few fast greens change the putting scenery for an added challenge. No right handed or left handed bias here at Dacey. This course will test your bag, your limits, and your game at all levels. Another standout in an area very devoid of disc golf period. Arrows very helpful when going to the next hole.
Cons: Natural tees marked with orange flags are the tees for now. These will be all gravel at some point. As such it is a little slippery in some spots, especially on the wooded planks between 3-4 and 5-6. Also, on a few holes, keep your eyes to the ground for small stumps. This can result in a trip or two. Not major issues and certainly doesn't take away from the beauty of this monster of a course. A few holes need some minor work and 18 needs a tiny bit of pruning, but otherwise it is well constructed.
Other Thoughts: Course designer Jay Mello and many others have taken days, weeks, and perhaps months out of their own time to get this fully up and running. This is a delight to play, and is a major challenge that rival other great courses. This is worth the drive from areas nearby, and should inspire other areas to have a disc golf challenge such as Dacey, the gem of Metro West.
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