3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A nice companion to the other course on site. And it is very nice to have two courses right together.
Has some nice tight shots that makes you really hit your lines
The elevated shot from the hill side is a fun shot
Cons: (this is a brand new course so this isn't a negative as much as some stuff to work on)
Really need to create some paths in the cactus on the back side of the course
There is nothing wrong with natural tee pads, but smoothing them out would be a good start.
Other Thoughts: Overall I was very impressed with the course considering that Casper only has one other course. I really liked the fact that they put it on the same land as the other course. I also liked the fact that is a tighter more technical course then the other one so there are two very distinct feels for each course.
This course is less then a month old so any comments need to be taken as suggestions and not as negatives. So far this is great course and look forward to more of what they are doing here,
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Bullsnake Alley... The other dark meat.
0 Helpful / 10 Not
Pros: This review is being updated 11/ 28/ 2013.
Bullsnake Alley is a nice tight shot type course. 425 ft. is the lonest hole. This is a new course and seems just a little rough around the edges yet. But you will get to practice with most every disc in your bag. Tight hyzer and anhyzer lines keep you guessing. Deceptive basket placement lets you see the basket.. then wonder how you might be able to get there. There are an abundance of cottonwood and Russian olive trees that come into play on most holes. #8 is a cool blind shot over some greasewood trees about 170 feet. Biggest cottonwood tree I've ever seen on #5. #12 takes you straight up a 60' hill about 350' long. Very tuff birdie right there. #13 lets you shoot off the hill on your Tee shot. #17 skirts the Platte river... Lost my Vulcan there.. middle of the river.
Cons: Concrete tee pads would be nice. some benches and garbage cans would also help.
Other Thoughts: Bullsnake Alley is in a natural setting next to the Platte river. As such, there is a lot of wildlife. We chased off 2 coyotes... scared away some mule deer and antelope. Pretty sure a badger lives close to #15.. you just hear growling in the hole. The signage is top notch... 16"x8" plate steel with the numbers jet blasted into them.
0 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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