Small but mighty
Pros: Great practice for new players. A lot of putter action! And the course offers tons of tree hazards and even some water. A good challenge for beginners
Cons: Small course. Finish quickly. And with the exception of the 9th and final hole, no long distances.
Other Thoughts: A great course to play with friends. A good challenge. And hole 6 is an infamous "resting" point =)
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The most fun I have had playing
Pros: This is a course I could play 6 times through in the same day. Even though the holes are short the trees make for some very interesting shots. Coming from Denver up to Laporte this course was a 180 degree turn from the mostly flat and open courses I have played down in Denver. IF you hit Edora in the morning make sure you play this course. This course gives you practice on shot selection by far more than 90% of the courses I have played.
Cons: While not giving this course a 5 you would think there were cons. The course is short yes and the tee pads are natural yes. Both of these things add to its charm. The barbed wire fence that runs near holes 7 & 8 seems excessive. The water running near theses holes look nasty and I am glad a few trees saved me.
Other Thoughts: This course is a must play for anyone who is looking to improve their shot selection techniques. Even though it is short and small you will have fun playing here no matter what. We played in the early Spring time so the trees and vines are not in full bloom. When all the vegetation is high it will add another degree of difficulty.
Make wise decisions about the way you throw here. One bad toss can cause you to end up behind a tree.
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