Waynesburg, PA 
Butler Farm Share
Uploaded By: tdschrock1 Hole #9 (Taken 5/2013)
3 / 195ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #9 Tee



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Nice Variety and Setting

5+    8/13/2013   8/15/2013
Review By: BigAl724
Played: 78  Reviewed: 69  Exp: 2.2 Years
This review was updated on 9/14/2013
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Beautiful setting on a private southwestern PA farm with striking views of hills, farmland, and mountains provides a unique experience
-Great variety of the types of holes throughout the course! Open hyzers, open anhyzers, slight uphill/downhill, extreme uphill/downhill, on the side of a hill, through the woods, and a few straight shots on the hill that you have to work around some trees.
-The variety of the holes welcomes all types of players. Beginners will most likely be able to handle the South Loop without getting too frustrated and get to experience the Hill Loop and playing in the woods, with very concrete lines. More experienced players get a chance at some birdie/ace runs on the South Loop while playing enjoyable holes with tough elevation and through the woods.
-Fantastic elevation changes
-Since it is private, you will most likely have the course to yourself
-Friendly/helpful staff; just explain why you are there
-The course flows well and finding successive holes is pretty easy. The only trouble may be the few holes after 8. 9's tee is on the same side of the road as 8's pin, playing over the road to its pin. To get to hole 10 - and the beginning of the Hill Loop - walk behind the cabin then turn right. Hole 20's pin is on the left, and 10's tee is to the right of that and plays up the hill. Keep walking up the hill to find the successive holes.
-Flags on top of pins that say the hole number (Numbers start over for Hill Loop)
-A fun hike
-Bridges where neccessary
Cons: -I haven't played here at a time when the top of the hill in the woods wasn't at least a little muddy. Not a big deal, just a fair warning
-Single chain baskets, although they are nice and new
-A few of the tee signs have the wrong number (I think just the last two holes)
-Tee pads can get overgrown with weeds
-Since it's right on the farm, you need to watch out for animal droppings
Other Thoughts: This course is very much in a private setting. Not necessarily a bad thing, but something to keep in mind. You'll take some back roads to get to the course, approximately ten minutes from the local town of Waynesburg. Finally, you will arrive at a barn on the right where you will see multiple pins. Hole one starts at the top of the small hill on the right (when pulling in on the gravel road near the barn). You may run into different kinds animals - domestic and wild - throughout your round. The owner, designer, and staff have worked very hard at maintaining this course and have greatly reduced the thickness of rough over time. This is a tremendous job well done for a private course. Please make sure to contact the course designers/owner before playing. Earns a 3 because of variety of different shots and hole types, as well as course setting. Hurt a little by the lack of amenities. Tough for a private course to provide, so I do give them credit for the amount of upkeep that has been done. An enjoyable course.

Holes worth especially noting:

3- Tough hole on an exaggerated hill; tough to get passed the slanted part and onto the flat green
4- Easy hole but a definite ace opportunity
5- Very cool pin placement which gives you multiple shot selections. Best hole in this regard
13- One of the toughest/most fun holes on the course due to its length and tight lines, as well obstruction by trees
15- The longest, most extreme uphill shot I've played
18- My favorite hole on the course - downhill and through the woods
20- Downhill bomb - great way to finish out the course

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Neat little course

1    6/16/2013   6/27/2013
Review By: dsmdave
Played: 6  Reviewed: 3
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Very friendly people to talk to at the farm.
Course is very well taken care of.
Little bridges for all the water holes.
Great country setting.
Course is well thought out.
Hilly terrain gives a workout.
Cons: Some of the uphill holes have some tall grass that will eat your disc if you not careful.
Hilly terrain gives a workout.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.


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