3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Concrete teepads, although a bit small.
Really fun design, with some longer holes and opportunities for both RH and LH shots. Pin placements were well thought-out and accessible.
Real potential if a little time and money is able to be spent on it.
Cons: A bit overgrown in places since it hasn't been played in a while. Update: A lot of clearing has been done, and if they clear a reasonable line for the tee shots on holes 4 and 18 they'll be just about done.
The baskets were extremely rusty and as a result were really hard to see at times.
No signage so hard to find your way around, even with a scorecard.
Paintball obstacles are sometimes in the way.
Other Thoughts: The owners opened the course for Labor Day - it is on private property and is a 35 acre facility dedicated to paintball with multiple playing fields. Part of the disc golf course runs among the paintball fields, so the paintball obstacles become part of the course, sometimes adding and often detracting from the course play.
The baskets are unusual in that they have three sets of chains - I heard that they caused an issue during the 1998 Worlds because they were non-conforming. Today, they are completely rusted but still catch well.
Would like to see them re-open the course, as it is a cool design with nice elevation changes, moderately wooded, and a challenging layout.
I'd rate this course a 4 or even 4.5 if they got some decent signs, did a bit more clearing, and galvanized the baskets.
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