1 Helpful / 5 Not
Simple as can be
Pros: As the title says, this course(at least the front nine) is about as simple as a DG course gets. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. I for one am rather new to the sport and find this to be an AMAZING course for beginners. The front nine is nice and open and with the exception of minor water hazards, it's quite tough to lose a disc. The course is very well maintained and traffic has never been bad. If you are or know any beginners who are new to DG, bring them here.
Cons: On almost EVERY hole, if you throw a Hyzer shot, you will most likely lose your disc. Rather it's into a swamp, The main road, A pond, THE HIGHWAY, or just Into some "Disc-stealing" rough. The Back Nine is not exactly great. With the exception of #10, each hole has narrow fairways and very thick rough, it's easy to lose discs and it's really hard to find them. Along with this, bugs are 2x as bad on the back nine, so make sure you load up on bug spray. Unless you're up for losing discs, when you come here, stick to the front nine.
Other Thoughts: Overall, it's a good course, I just think that adding the back nine was Unecessary.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Fun times at NorthRidge High
Pros: Great use of land, nice variety in hole length.
Water in play but not impossible to overcome (quite shallow too)
Limited trees but they're in perfect locations.
It's convenient and uncrowded, perfect course to play when Cass is packed full of idiots.
Cons: Its on church property which conflicts with most disc golfer's lifestyle.
Tons of goose turds on the holes that feature water (these teepads are "natural" all right)
Other Thoughts: Throw your trash in the garbage. I've played there twice the past 2 days and found empty Gatorade bottles and candy boxes on some of the tee pads. There are limited trash cans here so put your trash in your bag or pockets until you finish the round, it's not that hard. This church was kind enough to put the course on their land, let's try and keep it that way.
Also, looks like there is room for 18, any hopes of adding another 9 baskets?
There are white dome shaped things staked into the ground, use these to navigate the course. After 8, you cut across lot to 9's teepad by the jungle gym. After 9, I hiked back up the hill and threw down to 1's basket, a nice unofficial 10th hole.
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