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Pros: -Nice setting in peaceful and well maintained campus.
-Good signs for hole info.
-Nice new baskets
-Fairly easy to follow course
-Casual play but still a challenge with #2 and #3 beside a big pond with a fountain in the middle. Be careful it looks deep- too much back hand left fade and "bloop". Wooded mix with open.
Cons: -No real tee pads that i could find.
-Like the other user said no trash cans.
Not really much else unless you just want to nitpick.
Other Thoughts: Very fun and I enjoyed playing it and I think if you are in the area and have some discs worth a stop.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Nice quality course
Pros: Excellent signage with distance and map with no graffiti. Well thought out basket placement with disc catcher baskets. Uncrowded in a very scenic setting, with a couple of ace runs. Nice mix of wooded ( but fair) and holes near the lake. Hole #2 was a challenging hole where an early release could result in a swim. Good use of moderate elevation change. You wouldn't think that a college with this conservative reputation would have a nice course, but they do and it seems to be respected and well maintained.
Cons: Dirt tee pads ( except for concrete at #1). No trash cans and a few beer cans,(but not many)at a couple holes. Holes 3 and 8 are kind of "link" holes That serve to get you from one part of the course to another. Rhbh hyzer friendly that doesn't require a lot of creative shots
Other Thoughts: The course planner actually put a lot of thought into the design of this course and did a quality job. This is not the usual Campus course. I was pleasantly surprised. I played this on a weekday morning so I don't know if it gets crowded on the weekends. You can play this course with a Teebird and mids
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