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Make my way back home..
Pros: Good mix of holes for a 9 hole course. Some play well in the woods, others play out in the open, no real hybrids of the two but there is extremely high potential(we made a couple) for some really fun safari holes out here.
Brand new discatchers so they are obviously in great shape!
Considering you won't have any problems with navigation out here, the tee signs serve their purpose well by providing what seems to be pretty accurate distances.
The 1-9 plays in a solid loop going in and out of shade for those hot days, you can park right in the middle of the first and last holes and have a very short walk to get going again.
Cons: Natural tees, usually okay with these, but there are some stumps/roots within inches of them, I should know, I tripped on one.
Other Thoughts: This is a pretty fun little course, as far as 9 hole courses go, you shouldn't go out of your way for it, but if you're in the area you should stop by for sure, it's a HUGE upgrade over the Sherwood course(the worst disc golf course i've ever played) so I would finally consider this the true 2nd course in the Albany area to go along with the very solid and enjoyable Joshua W Franklin @ Chehaw.
They played foo fighters over the loud speakers while we were out there, it was just us and two people doing field maintenance. That was funny.
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