2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Very nice course. Lots of elevation changes and a lot of variety in the holes. Narrow treed holes and wide open holes too. Well signed and well laid out. Not very busy at all there are usually only a couple other people on the course when I play.
Cons: Very long and requires a lot of walking up and down hills. No concrete tee pads. The brush off of the fairways in the rough is really thick and prickly in some places - not too fun to go looking for an disc in there.
Other Thoughts: Fun course and it's pretty challenging. Just try to stay on the fairways.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 24 uniquely challenging holes. Extreme elevation changes, many wind tunnels, elevated baskets, good mix of straight, dogleg, tight, and wide fairways, and mandatories.
Cons: Almost too hard in places. Though not finished, the 'through the hoop' mandatory seems impossible with the location of what I believe was the tee; not all holes clearly marked. Bring hiking boots and long pants as you will be hiking up and down steep grades through natural prairie grasses and weeds and will occasionally encounter water and poison ivy.
Other Thoughts: This course is in my home town and has come a long way from the unkempt 9-holer I remember when I first started playing. The most challenging course I have played to date! I look forward to seeing it when it's completely finished.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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