2 Helpful / 2 Not
Picturesque Lancaster County
Pros: Wow! Lancaster County needed a course like this. big distance while still technical. Lots of nice features (like stairs, platforms, trails, etc). Incredible setting. You have to "golf" here to get a good score. Hole 11 is unique. Good use of elevation. The Pequea Creek runs along the back side offering a water hazard.
Cons: Not a lot of shade, yet...I know there are trees being planted that will take care of that.
Other Thoughts: Probably a tough course for beginners, but not frustrating for them (like Quaker's Challenge, for example). This is playable for any skill level. Great challenge for the pros.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Excellent tee pads (rubber fly pads that grip every time). Great Hole signage, making it easy to identify distance as well as the location of the pin. The course is easy to navigate with arrows marking the direction to the next tee pad. The course loop brings you back to the parking area to refill water/ grab food etc on hole 6. There is a Variety of elevation, distance and mixture of open and wooded holes. Water hazards come into play on a few holes brings in a new factor many people are not used to.
Cons: Difficult to understand OB lines first time through the course although this is common for any course the first time you play it.
Can be hard at times to find you disc in the fairway even though the grass is cut, keep an eye on your plastic even if it lands in the fairway! Needs a trash can in the parking lot
Other Thoughts: The course plays extremely well, with minimal walking distances between holes. The first time through the course the OB lines can be difficult to understand but its nothing out of the ordinary for someone playing a new course. Each hole has its own character with little if any repeated shots, with the exception of the longer holes where your unloading some serious distance off the tee pad to set up a second shot for a potential birdie. Love the fact that its 8,333 ft and a par 64. Beginners might get discouraged by the distance, but over time this will improve their game and help them to develop as a golfer. This course definitely suits a player with longer distance drives (400+ ft) if you really want to shoot a hot round and attack the longer holes. Very fun, can't wait to play again!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Ship Rock DGC
Pros: This course takes the game of disc golf to a new level, which challenges you to really get your birdies with longer and more accurate throws. The course flows very well from one hole to the next, so you can play this long course in roughly 2 hours. The tee signs are also very accurate and detailed.
Cons: Some fairways are tight, so watch out for discs. Trees will be going in soon, but at the moment some holes are fairly open.
Other Thoughts: The course has plans to put some trees in soon that are 35 feet tall, which will really help close up some long open fairways.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Central PA's Newest Course
Pros: Brings a slightly more technical course to the area.
Great use of space.
Fairly balanced amount of open and wooded holes.
Cons: Too many extremely long fairways as of 8-18-12.
One Mando is not really specfied. Hole 7, I think.
Other Thoughts: As far as the long fairways go, I have heard that there are plans to bring in trees to add some directional obstacles to the 650+ foot fairways.
This really is a great course, it's delivering a whole new level of play to Lancaster disc golfers.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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