5 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nice terrain. Course flows fairly well.
Cons: Gravel tees. a couple of safety issues.
Other Thoughts: The last time I was there on a weekend during the school's Spring Break so I'm just guessing on how big of an issue this is. On the opening hole, you are throwing downhill to a basket that is very near the exit of a parking garage. I threw a decent shot that landed by the pole but skipped by to the corner of the building. The garage is very much in play and exiting cars are in danger of being hit by a disc. On another hole, there is an open patio area just to the right of the basket. The hole sets up so that the best way to get to the basket is to bomb one over the patio. Again, I wasn't there when school was in session but I'm guessing that this is a place where people hang out and could be hit by a disc. *Note: the photos shown on this page are from the old layout of the course, so the new #1 is not shown. You can see what I mean on #10, though.
Once you get past those glaring safety issues, the course is actually very well set up, challenging and fun to play. There doesn't seem to be a flat hole in the bunch and water comes into play as well. You need to throw crushing drives and finesse shots equally. One basket was missing the day I was there.
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