Challenging seasonal course
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Variety - course has almost every type of shot you can think of - open, tightly wooded, uphill, downhill, multi-shot, ace run, left to right, right to left, straight
Multiple tees - a long and short tee accompanies every hole except for no. 7
Challenge - course will challenge all types of players, when played from appropriate tees. You'll need forehand drives/anhyzer backhands, spike hyzers, touch putter drives, long narrow tunnel shots, big open bombs, putting through trees
Flow - aside from one long uphill walk (from hole 3 to tee 4), hole to hole transitions are simple and quick, no crisscrossing holes, hole 9 finishes close to parking area and tee for 1
Signage - all holes have footage distance, hole number, and hole map
Two legitimate par fours
Elevation - there are steep downhills, gradual downhills, one 40 foot cliff drop shot, rolling green hills, not one completely flat hole on the course
Garbage buckets at holes 3, 6, and 9 (all holes will have buckets starting spring 2017)
Cons: Tees - carpet tees are better than the natural dirt, but can be uneven, and some are a bit short. Doesn't affect play much for me personally
Baskets are single chain, portable Lightning DB-5's, they are fine for me but I have heard others don't care for them as much
Seasonal, course is pulled mid October through late March or early April for the ski season
Vigorous hike, bring drinks and hiking shoes
No true water hazards
Other Thoughts: After listening to 3 years worth of feedback, I finally had the perfect plan, and made the decision to redesign this course.
The course, in my opinion, has doubled in fun factor, variety, and technicality. Course went from 7 open holes and 2 wooded to 3 open, 4 wooded, and 2 in between. More left to right, right to left variety, and more distance variety, and better flow.
Those whom have played and reviewed in the past, I tempt you to try the Z again, and I am willing to put money on it that you will like it even more.
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