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Pros: good lit course for downriver nice to practice nothing special better signs would be nice
Cons: basic 9 just need better navigation
Other Thoughts: not bad see plenty of room for a few more holes would be a nifty lit 9 hole they keep it up and put a lit more effort
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Nice and Close
Pros: Close to downriver area.
Decent layout, good use of space.
Not many places to completley loose your disc :)
Cons: My biggest complaint on this course would be the amount of trash being left behind by fellow golfers :( and the broken glass near the tees is a disapointment.
Fun small course
Pros: Very quite and usually not over crowded with other players.
Holes are fairly easy so it makes a great course to introduce someone to the game.
Nearly the entire course is shaded by trees, great for hot days.
Cons: Only 9 holes
The layout can be confusing, I've been asked countless times "where is hole #1?". Once you've played nine holes the layout becomes obvious though.
Tee boxes can get muddy after heavy rain. They're surprisingly acceptable to light rain, they soak it up well and dont instantly turn to a muddy mess.
Other Thoughts: It's a better course than the nearby one in Wyandotte. I've played at all times of the day including during school hours.
I've met lots of nice people that are always willing to pair or team up for a round or two.
DON'T THROW YOUR DISC ON THE SCHOOLS ROOF AT HOLE NINE!
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become one with your surroundings
Pros: A nice layout behind a middle school underneath a canopy of trees with plenty of room to throw. Trunks are obstacles but not overbearing. Tees marked with boulders on either side have the tee numbers sprayed on. A few challenging holes provide opportunities for accuracy. I understand it is never very crowded, which is a plus.
Cons: No elevation changes and dirt tee pads are the only cons here. That, and it's only a nine hole.
Other Thoughts: A nice local course down in Riverview offering a quick round of average play. It probably won't appease the pros, but it is what it is and for that I am grateful.
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Pros: This course is maintained very well and losing a disc is darn-near impossible. Great course to practice your short game as most holes range in the 150-250 foot mark.
Cons: Not very challenging for the intermediate to pro players. Somewhat hard to navigate if its your first time there.
Other Thoughts: Good use of the small plot of land it's on. Easy to get in 2 rounds in an hour as there are rarely other players there.
beginner course with 150-200 ft holes
Pros: simple course with most shots having tree obstacles. most holes are aceable, but birdies aplenty. possible roller course. mix of sun and shade, course is flat with little brush. similar to wagner or star/jaycee in royal oak.
Cons: a few puddles of mud where trees were taken down. sometimes confusing tees marked with stones or tree stumps.
Other Thoughts: watch out for dog walkers. behind the school , next to football/baseball field.
i dont remember there being any restroom, so plan ahead.
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