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Solid All ‘Rounder
Variety - length (low 200s to mid 400s), tightness (quite to not), elevation (quite to none), and shape (left/right/straight/S)
The tees were worn spots, slippery, uneven, and often root-filled. Course retains water quite well
Course plays into/out of the open space, sparse woods, and thicker woods of a gentle valley formed by a tree-lined creek. After the first couple of mostly open holes playing near/across the creek help you loosen your arm, holes 3-5 will challenge you with technical/flat tree work. Hole-6 starts tight then exits into the open, while number-7 is just the opposite. More tech/tree on 8-9, then 10 (downslope) and 11 (upslope) both start in woods, but quickly and easily enter open space. Longest-hole #12 has you wind your way through moderately-dense trees for nearly 500', then number-13 is a short-n-tight left-turner. You begin to realize there's not been a lot of elevation changes, then you hit the up-down-up-down rollercoaster created by 14-17. Number-18 provides the final challenge of tight early, slightly up slope, sharp right at the end.
From the kiosk, tee-12 is to your right, basket-11 to your left, and tee-1 to your left, down the hill. Current (4/23/11) online map is incorrect - some holed are different, and/or re-numbered. Despite this, the course was easy enough to navigate, as it had a fairly natural flow to it, and the signs (some had hooks) at the teepads would also indicated the direction to the next tee. Orange flags and/or yellow-painted logs/limbs in various place to assist in navigation as well. Newly-built bridges to help cross the creek at its widest points.
Decent course with solid variety, certainly worth a play.
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