Beautiful and challenging course.
Pros: Well maintained. Very beautiful. Two tees per hole. Very challenging. Good variety. Great elevation. I think there were sign at each tee and hole with distance. Many holes had 150,100,50m to the pin markers.
Cons: A couple of the pars ratings are tough, think the objective is to have par be 1000 rated from the longs. I was fortunate to have some guides the first time, I think it would have been a bit challenging to play alone the first time, mostly because of some blind shots that it really helps to have extra eyes or a spotter. But not too bad overall. There are also some nasty water traps that if you didn't know about you could lose a disc. They are pretty well marked once you know what to look for.
Other Thoughts: The short tees were more my level but even there if you weren't careful to get off the tee well you could have problems. Avoiding OB is also a key. Great workout, huge elevation changes. Great mix of open and technical.
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Pros: - Driving range
Cons: - No boundary markers or dividing lines between many holes
- Some not all baskets have next tee arrows
- Some baskets are marked wrong (hole 17), while others are not marked at all
- Many tees are not clearly marked, and all tees do not show guide to basket or elevation change.
- Some holes overlap one another, e.g. shooting at wrong basket.
- Map not help in certain areas (hole 11)
- Some holes wind around hazards or shooting over roads
Other Thoughts: This is the most confusing course I have played to date. Improvements to signage and adding white boundary markers would fix a lot of the cons. Some holes could be redesigned. On a second playthrough, I would skip holes 3, 5, 7, 13, 14, and 16.
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