6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Well thought out course with great potential to become one of the best in SW Michigan. Both am and pro teepads (dirt/field right now but cement should be put in by spring) Great use of trees, really makes you play every shot in your bag. Really tight lines on short holes forces the player to be very accurate to earn a two. Best use of water on any course in Kalamazoo, tricky sometimes but overall pretty fair.
Cons: Course just went in a week and a half ago so it's still pretty rough. Teeing off can be a challenge on some holes (having cement teepads will make a HUGE difference). Some holes have minor flodding issues. I'm sure to raise my score once the teepads go in and it gets played a little bit more.
Other Thoughts: The front 9 offers mostly wooded holes as you make your way around sunset lake. There are a few field holes after that leading into the monster of the course, hole 12. Crossing the road after 13 you come to what I think the signature hole will be on the course. The pro plays over a 175-200ft. pond, the hole itself is around 330 but the real trick; the pin is located 20-25ft. infront of another pond not visible from the teepad. Water is a factor on 3/5 of the last holes. This course is going to be a monster once it gets a little bit more seasoning. Great job Larry.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Fantastic New Course. Blown Away
Pros: This course is loaded with some beautiful scenery and picturesque fairways. The holes are challenging and forces the player to bring out their best game.
Cons: Some of the long tees need to be moved as they are on or close to neighboring fairways. This course is still being finalized and some details are still being hashed out.
Other Thoughts: I was blown away by the course. It will quickly become one of the most important disc golf destinations in South West Michigan.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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