Short and sweet!
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Pros: Solid layout, good use of trees to force interesting lines and keep you honest. Decent shot variety for 9 holes, with moderate changes in elevation on a few.
Pleasant quiet setting on public school grounds in a nice neighborhood. Ball golf course as a backdropon a few of the holes.
Dirt "tees" easily identified by two stones or tree stumps (with spraypainted hole# and distance) on either side of the tee box give the course a very natural look and made made navigation pretty easy my first time playing here. Combined intelligent lay-out that flows pretty naturally from hole to hole and I didn't spend too much time looking for the next hole (only in a couple of spots).
Course would work well for a round of Safari.
Course looked and played well, baskets in good condition, not much chance of losing a disc.
Cons: Lots of short holes, could have made a couple of holes 300' or more.
Can't imagine you can play during schools hours.
Other Thoughts: Probably not worth driving more than 20 -30 minutes to play this course, but if you live, work, or visit nearby, it's definitely worth playing a quick round (or three).
Admittedly, it's hard for a 9 basket course to get above 2.5 from me. That being said, this is one of the better 9 hole courses in the area. I liked playing here and, wish there was more, but 2.0 is all I can muster for this nice little course. Best the area has to offer.
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