1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: I appreciate how many churches are starting to add courses for their youth to learn the game on. I really liked the DISCatcher baskets. I also like how they really make use of all the land and elevation that they have. In the field by hole 6's basket I appreciated how they didn't just put a bunch of baskets out there. The course offers some challenge on 4 and 5 because it becomes very tight. After, hole 6 you cross the street and play 7-9 where it opens up and what I think are the better holes.
Cons: I would of liked to see tee signs/pads. The pads weren't too rough but they always can. Also, tee signs are nice when they present an accurate map of each hole. Because as noted in someone else's review, it is easy to get confused on which basket to throw to. especially number 1. On hole 10 specifically I noticed quite a bit of poison ivy. There were numerous patches on that section of the course(1-5,10).
Other Thoughts: This course offered nothing special but I did really enjoy 7-9.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Still rough but fun
Pros: Pros - There is a nice variety of holes in this 10 hole course. 1 and 2 are short technical shots to grab a quick couple of birdies. But late in the course (holes 6,8,9) are wide open shots to test your drivers. The course is compact and quick. You can play 2 rounds (20 holes) in less time than 18 at some of the other courses in the area. There's nice use of elevation as well.
Cons: Tee signs are badly needed. From the first tee box you look down the hill at a basket but it's not the right basket. Basket 1 is tucked off to the right. If you have a guide that knows the course you'll be fine but signage is really needed. A couple of holes (4,5, maybe 3) need a clearer fairway. And, of course, it's 10 holes? Not 9. That being said I don't see a hole that needs to be removed.
Other Thoughts: Teepads are dirt and uneven. Not good but not bad. There is sometimes a strong horse poo smell on the first half of the course. It's not consistently bad, but worth noting. Just understand that the course is still a work in progress and any criticism should be as constructive as possible to help shape the course into an awesome place to play.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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