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Pros: - Layout is on the perimeter of a middle school's recreation fields.
- Course is 9 holes that is turned into 18 holes by playing the holes in reverse.
-Reverse layout is very good. You don't get the feeling that you have already played the holes.
- Good mix of open fairways and trees. Trees are enough to be challenging but not impenetrable.
- There is a good amount of elevation change too. Holes go up hill as well as down hill.
- Course nevers seems to be crowded.
Cons: - Recommend visiting the course's map on this site to see hole/tee locations if you are unfamiliar with the couse.
- Holes 4 and 15 share the basket. Hole 4 players at tee off do not see players on 15. Players on 15 need to be careful. Same is true for holes 3 and 16.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Incredibly well laid out, especially considering the land the course is built on is pretty much what's left after a school and a bunch of soccer/baseball fields were built.
Great variety of shots needed, very tough ones in woods with lots of trees and long open ones 450+ ft as well.
2 tees start at the top of a big hill out in the open...Its always nice just to watch your discs soar when you throw them from there.
Cons: Tee pads which aren't well defined...Usually just a patch of dirt from where people have their run-ups
Bad or no maps at tees to show you where to throw
Can be hard to navigate if you've never been before and baskets get used twice...Luckily it's not heavily trafficked so that's usually not a problem
Other Thoughts: It has more character than any other course I've played by far...Couldn't tell you exactly why its so fun but it really is a great course.
It can be pretty easy to lose discs almost any time of year if you miss the fairways - just pay attention too where they go after you've thrown.
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