9 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Variety of shots required to do well.
Challenging but not impossibly challenging, could be ideal for a huge variety of players since there are "short" and "long" pins on a number of the holes.
Well maintained by the locals.
Great layout - you end up close to where you start and don't have to double back.
Absolutely beautiful area.
Elevation changes keep things interesting.
18th hole is very fun, it's a short (200 ft. or so) throw over a deep ravine; a lot of the other holes are interesting as well.
You'll have to use forehand and backhand throws as the pin locations are often hard left or right of the tees.
Great signage. Since the tees are often in somewhat counter-intuitive places, there's a plethora of markers on trees and on the tee cards that tell you where to go next.
Other Thoughts: I was very pleasantly surprised by this course, it's a must-play if you're within an hour of the area. I'd love to play this course again as it's (almost) the best course I've ever played.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is challenging mostlly heavily wooded, and thin. You will do better if you can throw the thumber and overhead. The course uses A and B basket placement which really mixes it up. With the up and down hills you will be putting from above and below the baskets. 18 is over a deep gorge; it is a fun one.
Cons: A few of the next holes can be a little hard to find so pay attention to the signs on the tees for the next hole.
Other Thoughts: This is a very nice course; advanced to pro. It is well worth playing, make the trip.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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