Pros: Plenty of practice trying to sculpt a shot. Not too difficult to find my way around. You can either see the next tee or there is a marker to the next tee. A map is handy for confirming your location. Plenty of shade.
Cons: You'll want to pay close attention to wear your disc goes. I've found a few disc and lost a few in wide open places with tall grass/weeds at other courses. This course is not so bad but still, you'll want to pay attention. Not much practice for long game.
Other Thoughts: I'm fairly new to disc golf and always looking for a new course. I'm not a long distance guy but still trying. I do need practice controlling throws and this is a good place for that. The course is compact and could be played in an hour maybe. I did find one hole with a lot of brush and deep trench where I lost a disc due to a bad throw. More reason to practice and think about my shot before actually taking it. There has been a lot of rain lately but the course only had a couple of holes with slop. A lot of wood chips have been placed on some trails making them easy to traverse. A nice course that seems to be cared for and I'll return to.
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Pros: This is a great 18 hole course located in the woods between two schools. The course being in the woods makes this a very "technical" course. It will improve your short game accuracy. Good use of elevation change and land. Signs and map.
Cons: Baskets don't have two layers of chains. Tee pads are gravel and short (need some updating). Unable to play during school hours. First time playing you might have a little trouble navigating to the next hole. Possibility of losing discs in the bushes/creek.
Other Thoughts: Woods get really muddy after it rains. Overall a very fun quick course. Not really any long drives but it's fun!
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