9 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Multiple Tee's add distance and a variety of lines to most of the holes. Several holes are elevated and Pin placements are on hills increasing the challenge of the course by adding a risk/reward if you find yourself left with a long putt/approach. The park also offers restrooms, vending machines, and water fountains.
Cons: Teesigns leave alot to be desired, hole 5 acctually has it planted directly infront of the teebox. Fairly long walks between holes and some overgrowth that could be trimmed would be the only negatives to the course.
Other Thoughts: Pretty nice course especially for being a nine hole. Back nine looks promising from what I have seen and I am sure I will be updating this to a higher rating when its completed.
9 of 12 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 7 Not
Needs back nine
Pros: Concrete tee pads. Open Holes with white and blue tees which provide a big difference in distances. Great use of elevation changes. Can be enjoyed by beginners and experienced players alike.
Cons: Signs on blue tees are sometime in the way. Still only nine holes though the back nine is cut out. Terrain going from hole 1 to hole 2 can be slippery when wet. Course is not well kept in the summer time making it easy to lose discs. There is only one hole that offers a line other than strait (hole five turns right)
Other Thoughts: Cant wait for the back nine. It appears that the back will be treacherous with the same great use of elevation plus trees. There appears to be a long walk coming from hole 9 to 10.
4 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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