OK for beginners
Pros: *Nice changes in elevation
*Located in a campground, so it might introduce new players to the game as they see others passing by
*Beginner-friendly course--no long holes
Cons: *Beginner-friendly course--no long holes
*Park was closed for the season (I parked in the grass and walked in. I don't know if that's allowed or not but I did it since I'd driven 60 miles to get there.)
*Course still lacks tee areas. I'm sure this will be fixed at some point. Signs are paper inside of plastic sleeves but they were adequate for the time being.
*This course is OK, but there's no wow factor that's going to make you seek it out as a destination. Perhaps the back nine will be that feature if it gets added.
Other Thoughts: #1-200' Parking lot to the right that is OB but shouldn't be an issue. Some trees stick out a bit on the left that you have to miss and then there's a tree on the right that narrows the fairway. Slightly uphill to the basket.
#2 220' Not long, but there are about 5 or 6 larger, older trees you'll have to weave in and out of to get to the basket.
#3 300' Downhill to the basket. Thicker trees to the right. Basket is protected by a few low-hanging trees just in front and right of it.
#4 260' Throw into the woods. Fairway begins an incline in the woods and curves a bit to the right.
#5 225' Still in the woods. Narrow gap to hit the correct line.
#6 310' Dogleg left in the woods. Fairway is a gradual uphill grade all the way to the basket.
#7 235' Majority of the fairway is a straight shot through the woods; basket sits in the clearing about 20' or 30' out of the woods.
#8 225' In the clearing but there are a handful of tall trees on either side of the fairway that can get you. Downhill about the last 1/3 of the fairway, but the incline isn't much of a change.
#9 225. Fairway is wide open but the basket is tucked behind a tall tree. You'll have to come in right-to-left.
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