6 Helpful / 1 Not
- Good mixture of wooded and open holes
- Requires a variety of different shot selections
- White, Blue & Gold (Ludacris) tee pads provide enough variance in difficulty that the course never gets old (even after playing for 14 years)
- Easy to navigate/good signage for first time players and numerous benches throughout the course
- Several blue and white tee pads are not long enough for people with long run ups
- There are no true par 4's or par 5's on the course although there are several drives which allow you to air it out
- Can get crowded on weekends, especially when the weather is nice
Because of the well designed layout, the course is very fun to play. I would recommend this course if you're in the area or within an hours or so drive and want to try a new course
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The Holes on this course are some really good par 3's. they have everything from short, tight shots to long open 3's. If you want to learn to play disc golf well, this is a great place to come begin or to come hone some driving to the pin skills. There are at least 2 tees with every hole, and 15 have 3 tees, although some are really hard to find. Two of the holes with 2 tees have gold baskets though, so only one hole has 2 setups, with all the others having 3. I can't remember 2 holes that are similar. they did a good job with making a great variety of shots on one course. The holes really are some amazing holes. over hills. into woods. out of woods. out of woods and back into woods. open, downhill shots, open uphill shots. wooded uphill and downhill shots. from one hill over a valley to another hill. wide fairways. skinny fairways. everything. very well placed trees. it's just a bunch of awesome holes to play on.
Also, there's a shelter if it starts raining or you just want to chill for a while.
Cons: It can be hard to find your way around. I think there was a port-a-potty for the bathroom. there are definitely improvements that can be made.
Other Thoughts: This is David Wiggins Jr.'s home course (the child wonder). This course made him as good as he is. and it's an awesome course to play. challenging? yes. fun? yes. should you go? i think i've already made that clear. yeah, some things about this course could be improved, but the great difference in hole types is what makes it amazing. it's well worth it to drive an hour just to play this course.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Multiple tees. Concrete tees that are very wide. Well maintained. Easy to find your way around.
Cons: A short unchallenging course. Not many different shots required.
Other Thoughts: If you live right near the course it is worth playing but if you have to drive more than 10 minutes to get there it's not worth playing.
1 of 9 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Course is very easy to find. Three tee setups at each hole gives you a nice change in difficulty. Very nice looking course
Cons: The next tee can be difficult to find at times. Pretty buggy in the wooded areas. Not every pin is mapped out at the tee which can make it difficult to see.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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