Will be a Popular Course
Pros: -Full 18 Hole Course
-Presents hole locations challenging for pros and great for teaching beginners
-Well marked, easy to follow the course
-Grass is well kept
-Close to a college campus so the course is used regularly
Cons: -Can't see the basket from the tee on several holes
-Holes 11 and 13 are nearly impossible to birdie
-Course could use minimal trimming on wooded holes (hanging dead branches and vines)
-Lots of poison ivy and oak if you have to retrieve a disc in the woods
-Lots of thorns
Other Thoughts: The creek gets no deeper than 2 1/2 feet so losing a disc in there shouldn't be too much of an issue. Easiest places to lose a disc are in deep wooded areas off the path. The course caters to players of all ability levels so this course will become more popular with time.
Easiest Holes - 3, 9, 16, and 18
Most Difficult Holes - 11 and 13
Hole 18 is the only hole someone has signed for an Ace that I've seen.
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Great Course Close to Campus
Pros: -18 holes
-At the City Park
-Difficult but not too difficult for beginners
-Short walk from Bethel Campus
-The only hilly part of Carroll/Henry County (joking)
Cons: -Not officially open (will update - Play at your own risk)
-Needs more bridges across the creek.
-Beware of thorns in the woods.
Other Thoughts: McKenzie has done this right! There have been students playing for a while now. I can't wait for the Grand Opening. I have played at one other course in NW Tennessee and it is not worth the drive now! UDisc is a great app for keeping score and I have enjoyed tracking throws and my progress as a beginner. See you on the course.
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Well done McKenzie
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Pros: -Pretty park
-Longer than most other NW Tennessee courses
-Very nice tee pads
-Most of the course does not pose disc finding problems
Cons: -Many shots are blind
-Wooded holes are still in a rough, post-construction state
-Course isn't entirely finished
-At least one more bridge for crossing the creek would be nice.
Other Thoughts: This will likely develop into the top course in NW Tennessee as it wears in with use. The technical wooded holes are very challenging with unforgiving, complex lines. The fun factor is very high as there are usually multiple lines to throw and a bad drive isn't heavily punished.
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