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A beginners perspective..
Pros: This course has wonderful tees, great baskets, and provides a unique course for the chicagoland. It is a very challenging course for beginners who throw under 200' and have not learned proper control yet. The course seems to favor right hand players but it is worth the challenge. They made an effort on many of the hole to spread wood chips which is very beneficial. Its a great course to work on the tomahawk throw.
Cons: lack of waste receptacles and a few holes bounced around a bit, but manageable with a map.
Other Thoughts: Im glad that summit has built a course giving it something more then just being the burrito hot spot!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
one of the few courses around this area
Pros: good signs at each hole and mats to throw from. very challenging winding course. favors rh/bh. i have played this course since it opened, i love it. it makes you a better player and you will have to learn how to throw in different challenging situations.
Cons: almost all holes are heavily wooded, easy to loose only about 5 holes where you can let it fly. there is a small poluted river by holes 6 and 7 dont throw past it there is RR tracks. do not play this course less than 2 days after it has rained it will be all muddy and impossible to play.
--if you do not know much about the city of summit, not the best neighborhood, i would recommend you do not play this course when it is getting dark
Other Thoughts: very challenging course not for beginers, the par is a 65 the best i have ever shot here was 59, i throw rh/sidearm, usualy i shoot around -1 or -2. i have some friends that refuse to play here because of the difficulty.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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