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Pros: Good variety in holes. Several good for strong arms, especially the open holes in the fields. Holes in the woods were well established and involved. Especially hole three, a 200+ foot tee shot with an absolutely straight fairway and literally a fence of trees on each side...personally have never played a hole like it before. The course was long, a good walk/hike which made for a more enjoyable experience instead of having holes bunched up on eachother. The course was well maintained, and the pond on hole ten really made you think twice about your tee off. Overall an excellent experience, plus Loriella park itself is well kept and a nice family environment.
Cons: The only issue I had with playing it my first time through was that some of the tees were a little hard to find. If you go to the park office they have a map which made things a lot easier, however their map was a little out of date and some of the pins had been moved, so I spent a few minutes walking around trying to find the next tee; but in respect with the overall experience wasn't that big of a deal for me. I wasn't in any hurry. Also, on the open holes in the field...sometimes took a minute to find my disk since they hadn't mowed the grass in a while, but again, just a small thing.
Other Thoughts: I really enjoyed this course, there was a lot for everyone. The holes in the fields were good for people with strong arms but the woods holes offered the typical finesse shots and so forth. Definitely one of the better courses I've played and definitely worth the time to check it out.
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