5 Helpful / 0 Not
Lend a hand!
Pros: - Variety!
-This course offers a lot of variety from wooded holes with defined lanes (1/2/4/6/814/15/16/17/18), Holes to grip it and rip it (7/9/10/11), and many holes with multiple tee and basket placements.
-Its a pretty easy course to navigate as long as you've played it once or twice.
-Many birdie and Ace opportunity holes
-Great course for all us thumber handed players!
Cons: Some of this may be redundant, but stick with me!
-Tee signs - Many of them are very hard to read and understand how the hole should be played for those not used to playing it
- Tee Pads - Many holes can be somewhat dangerous because of uneven ground, stumps, and roots, be very careful with teeing off
- Along with Tee Pads - Wet and muddy, if it rains, make sure you're on some good ground because this course does not drain well
- Next tee signs - The small yellow ones have since been disappearing and the silver metal ones a friend and I made a few years back have slowly been disappearing
- Hole 7/9 -> Burn or remove the brush piles and brush forrest filled with nothing but thick thorns and Poison Ivy, Look out!
Other Thoughts: Other Thoughts - The hole point to my title is to let you know that its not just up to the local pro and designer to keep the course looking good. My Uncle and I try to help out in any way we can to improve the look of the course. Some of the work we've done
Basket 2 -> Hole 3 tee - Path is cleaned up and defined as well as the tee area cleaned up.
Hole 6 Tees - Some rocks moved to define tee area and markers with rocks moved from Hole 5 rock pile.
Hole 15 Tees - Tee pad area cleared and defined with tree limbs and rocks
Hole 17 basket -> 18 Tees - Our pride and joy. My uncle and I, every tie we play move 5 or 6 rocks at a time from the surrounding rock piles to make the rock circle at 18's tees all the way back to both basket placements of 17.
Now did I write all this for a pat on the back? Nope. I'm writing this to show that its not just the duty of the course pro to keep the course up to par and look good, lend a hand and help out, even if it's by moving a few rocks at a time.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
soo many trees!
Pros: Lots of challenging holes, interesting maditories on 2 holes one is a changing maditory. course is a nice finess course for experienced players.
Course utilizes multiple tee pads and basket positions to change slightly through out the season to prevent monotony. course has little to no outside traffic. course flows well with some signage directing you to the next tee. some holes have tee signs.
*update: bathrooms facility added (not always open)
practice tee for warming up.
Cons: Hole 1 has been moved and is not only hard to find, but it is a horrible hole (over 40 courses played and I still think this is the worst hole ever 2.5 years later). it is a pointless disc eater that my friends refuse to play, instead they throw for 18 to the 19 practice basket to get a full 18 holes
The heavily wooded nature of this course makes it less beginner friendly. Sweden is not the course to introduce players to the sport.
There is a decent chance of disc loss in the foliage so leave your green discs at home.
Other Thoughts: the course changes frequently so know where the baskets are before you toss.
*update: hole 10 has chanded to a straight shot with OB on the road.
Hole 1 starts up by the skate park.
If you only have time to play 1/2 choose the back 9.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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