1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Update 8-3-13...Course has been redesigned. Same flow as before but with a better mix of holes. 1st hole is 798 par 5 and that seems a little daunting at first. Not sure if this is permanent, but i like it. Lots of chances for birdies if you keep it in the fairways. Well laid out, manicured, although for the most part wide open there is still emphasis on placement.
New disccatchers. A very pleasant and quiet walk in the park. You can kind of get into your own little world out there. Good combination of bombs as well as a couple of ace runs.
Cons: Only con is the condition of tee boxes. They are a little inconsistent and you have to step carefully.
Other Thoughts: Although I dinged the teepads I also like how they force thought processes with their proximity to trees. Fun factor is high here. Thanks for bringing this course to north charleston.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
A Great Change!
Pros: *All Innova DiscCatchers.
*This course uses the old ball golf course Cart Roads to tee off, very grippy.
*Very well maintained greens with nice use of sandtraps, hills and water placement.
*Very quiet compared to the other local courses with good buffer room betweens holes. Even on a busy day, this course still feels comfortable because of it's huge layout.
*This is considered a red course. Which means it has 9 holes but 18 tees. The white post are for the am's, the blue are for the pro's, or it can be played as an 18.
*Far distances, require more accuracy and power off the tee, several holes over 500ft.
*Great course for beginners and advanced players. Although there are watershots, am's can play the white tee's helping to eliminate chances of losing a disc.
*Hole 1 is a long and demanding hole that travels through a narrow walkway before opening into the disc golf circle. Very fun!
Cons: *Houses should not be a factor, however several yards have privacy fences up, therefore a bad shot might be a lost disc.
*Even though the white tee's were designed for newer players, the water hazzards on hole #2, 3, and 8 do still pose a threat. I would recommend bringing some cheap disc for those holes.
Other Thoughts: Eagle Landing DGC offers the most beautiful, challenging, best price (free) and friendlest enviroment in the Charleston area. This is a must-play course featuring a huge-layout that will make you laugh and cry, all while having a great time. You will want to bring some hazzard disc that float, but do not worry, the course management crew along with the cdgc, have always done a great job of returning the disc to their rightful owners. Hats off to the great job, that everybody involved has done to this course. Every time I play here, someone is working hard to keep it looking great. I will be update pics soon!
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