7 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well maintained. Great layout. Peaceful. Well marked. fair amount of diversity for left-handed and right-handed players. And the environment and surrounding areas are PERFECT!! The owner, Kent Roberson, is amazingly nice and helpful. And his rule of call before you play topped with the fact that he is there at the horse stables right off hole 2 assures that there is little to no chance of having to share the course with non-playing stragglers or jerk players! Very strict "find and turn in rule" You find a disc taht is marked with a name and number, you are to turn it over to Mr. Roberson.
Cons: Swamp on the back 9 will catch you off guard and eat your discs. The pond on 18 has no bank to speak of, so if your disc goes it, its history until warm months when Mr. Roberson's grandkids go swimming to fish them out. ($1 returned disc fee or volunteer to help on course clean up day will get your disc back)
Other Thoughts: I have played this course once. I fell in love by hole 3. It's a very tight course with plenty of challenges. Not for the feint of heart. If you are looking to catch an easy 18 hole, low score promising round, keep going... YOU WILL WORK for every par or birdie or, in my case, bogey, you get. Mr. Roberson has done a PHENOMENAL job keeping this course running and maintained.
Trash cans are placed throughout the course, please use them to keep this course clean as it is the cleanest course I have yet to play.
oh... and there is a dog on the farm named Duke. Friendliest lab I have ever met. He showed us to the first tee box from our car, accompanied us through the first 2 holes and then went back to the stables. He plays fetch with LIMBS!! Treat him well.
Overall, I love this course. I didn't rate it a 5 because i feel a few of the holes are really left to chance and not skill. But you couldn't ask for much better in our area!
7 of 9 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Tough, but AWESOME
Pros: Tight fairways, a few open shots, leftys, rightys, water hazards, alternate pin or tee on many holes, long, short, mandos, great atmosphere, sunday doubles, horses next to 1 and 2, benches, bag posts, trash cans. and some wildlife. extremely challenging.
Cons: deep pond with no bank to see a disc on really, swamps bring bugs, snakes etc.., can be a little confusing layout at first. a little tricky to spot first time goin out. needs better tee's and maybe more of them.
Other Thoughts: privately owned need to call owner to play, his number is on sign at parking. awesome guy. one of my favorites to go play.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Very challenging course. Nice mix of holes. Long and short holes all give a good challenge to even the advance players. You need to be very accurate to keep a good score. Gorgeous course.
Cons: Natural tee pads are not my favorite. Some holes don't have the clearest of lines, I felt some relied more on luck than skills.
Other Thoughts: Call before you Go! Well worth the drive. One of my top 3 courses!! Beautiful scenery!
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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