Pros: Challenging course through a wide variety of terrain. Lots of elevation change and great views. The course has vastly improved since opening early this spring. Teepads are coming along and fairways have been cleared out. This is quickly moving towards a professional caliber course and will be so in coming years.
Cons: A few blind holes can be challenging or frustrating to new or beginner players. Once you have played through a couple times these holes become much easier to navigate.
Mark is a great host and welcomes all to come check out this amazing course on a great piece of property! Peace, Love, and Disc Golf!
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great new course
Pros: Challenging and unique throws everywhere
beautiful setting. All of the teepads, fairways, greens and even much of the roughs are now cut back
Cons: if you are weak of spirit the up and down of the hills will challenge you
Other Thoughts: This is a brand new course (first review!) and has a rustic feel. Dirt tee pads except for two holes which have cool wooden ones. Mark and Greg have done a TON of work to get this course going. It was a ton of fun going up and down the hills of Red Tail valley. We had a group of 5 and didn't lose a single disc. Only played holes 1-11 due to time constraint. This has the potential to be a world class course on par with the likes of Beaver Ranch in Conifer and Phantom Falls. I recommend wearing pants to shield yourself from all the brush you'll be walking through, bring some water, and expect ~2-3 hours of some awesome disc golf.
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