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I Like this Course... A Lot!
Pros: There are open long holes for the big throwers, open holes and tight wooded holes for accuracy throwers. Severe elevation holes going up & down hill. The wooded holes are an advantage for players like me who aren't as long but can throw tight & accurate. If you get off the path on this course in the woods you are in the jailhouse for sure.
The course is in a busy park but set up where you will not be in the way.
The course has been redesigned and there are marker signs at each hole and the local club members take good care of the course and are working hard to improve it.
Here's the play by play...
1- Good hole to open with, 405' throw with the basket on the other side of a small creek with high grass next to the tree in the distance.
2- Straight 322' shot through the trees & over a small creek that is about 3' drop. The woods on the left are thick. Past the trees & it's wide open.
3- Straight 265' shot through a tight wooded fairway to the pin.
4- Tight 255' dogleg left shot to the pin. As Always you want to stay out of the trees.
5- Another tight 248' dogleg to the left. But the pin is in a small clearing at the end of the path.
6- The sign is a little misleading the 280' dogleg to the left is a little more of a turn than illustrated. Tight trees on both sides.
7- This was the toughest hole for me. 416' opens with a Long open drive to the opening in the woods. If you make it past the small hill it's a jailhouse to get to the pin.
8- Another tight 303' wooded hole that has a slight dogleg to the right near the end of the hole.
9- Long & graceful 338' anhyzer shot will put you in good shape on this wooded hole that's not as tight as other holes.
10- Long 400' elevated hole. A good straight shot off the tee will get you in the field below. The pin is at the edge of an open field.
11- Straight tight tee shot to get out of the woods to the open field for this 372' hole. The pin is too the right on an uphill grade of the open field.
12- This 469' hole starts with a Long straight shot through the opening with the pin to the left on a slight downhill grade.
13- Another straight 247' shot to get through the woods to an opening. The pin is to the left and on a slight uphill grade.
14- This is a serious uphill 262' straight tee shot. THe fairway is fairly open but it's a hump to get to the top.
15- Straight 202' shot going back downhill through a wooded hole. The pin is tucked in behind a few trees at the bottom of the hill. DO NOT OVER SHOOT THIS HOLE. SERIOUS THICK BRIAR PATCH ON THE OTHER SIDE OF SMALL CLEARING BEHIND THE PIN.
16- Another 285' uphill tee shot. Not a severe as #14. Just make sure you get over the bushes to a clearing on the other side.
17- A 310' downhill anhyzer shot but for me the objective was to hit the clearing at the bottom of the hill. There is a stream just behind the patch of grass at the bottom and on the other side the pin is tucked in some trees.
18-360' dogleg right. I threw a straight tee shot to get to the other side of the trees.
Cons: The only con was I got lost a couple of time going to the next tee, but that was more my fault for not paying attention.
The natural tee pads could be a problem if it rains or is wet.
Other Thoughts: I gave this course a 4 because I'm not a power thrower but a control thrower and the tight wooded holes are my best chance for some birdies.
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