Filling the Gap
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: An 18 hole, well laid out, and challenging course in an area that doesn't offer a whole lot of other courses. The baskets are Chainstars that are still in good shape. The course is mostly wooded with a few more widely spaced holes here and there. The fairways demand accuracy and will punish bad drives. Everything will be needed and executed in order to score well. A few elevated greens as well as a new hanging basket on nine. Tee pads are fly pads built on elevated wooded planks, and are really nice. Good mix of lefty/righty holes or lanes to throw as well. Swamp areas have really nice boardwalks to cross over. They are well done, sturdy, and a great plus.
Cons: A few holes still don't have fly pads as of writing this updated review, and so they are natural. While the course is starting to firm up from usage and continual work days, there are still some areas that you should watch your footing.
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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