Decent Camp course
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This is a good course to introduce people into disc golf
Well maintained grounds
rolling hills and large trees come into play
Holes are marked with 4x4's with hole numbers on them
Office gave me a pencil and scorecard with a map :)
Cons: dirt tee pads
Hole 11 throws right across the front of cabin 8
Some of the holes go too close to the rope area, if that area is being used, you should not throw those holes.
Other Thoughts: This is a private course on the grounds of a church retreat. For this reason, you should not expect a championship course. If anything you should expect a pitch and putt course that is beginner friendly.
This course is in between. For beginners, some of the holes would be very hard and easy to loose discs if you throw off the fairway.
For me, this was a fun little course. yes, most of the holes are easy birdies, but they were fun to throw.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Latham Springs Camp DGC
Pros: Very well designed course. Pretty easy for beginners- flat and few trees.12 Holes snaking around the camp, Scorecard and pencil available, and Innova rental discs (Driver and Midrange). Some holes have nice steady Hyzer lines others benefit RHFH Throwers.
Cons: Dirt, uneven tee pads. No signs showing the holes. Some of the holes that are hidden from sight so they require you to guess where the hole is at. Other kids can get in the way or touch your discs if a camp is going on. There is a ropes course along some of the holes so if you throw it under the zip-line they will yell at you for walking near it. 1st tee is hard to find if they dont tell you.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The staff at the camp was very friendly. They provide score cards and a pencil. With a map on the back of the card. The course is not long but it still has its challenges. Mostly hyzer lines; however hole 6 is a flick shot( do not try a hyzer bomb over the trees there is barbed wire preventing you to go back there if need, I jumped it to retrieve my disc but still difficult). The baskets were DISCatchers. The course was a nice fun course with no stressors just an enjoyable round of disc golf. I really liked hole 9 because it was probably 300 ft blind hyzer shot. There was a children's camp going on when I played but the staff did not care they still let me play. The camp offers many things from a ropes course to a paintball course.
Cons: There were no tee pads, just dirt pads. There are no tee signs, but a wooden stake painted yellow with the hole number on it. This isn't a course for challenge just a fun course for kids, they accomplished what they set out to do.This isn't really a con but something worth noted. hole 8 is across the street. Then after 10 you have to cross the street to 11. Hole 12 is on the bend of the road shooting back toward the information center. Also, when leaving the information center to start your round go right and about 100 ft. and you will see the first tee.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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