- Course is set on the property of the community college, seems like it's well separated from everything else going on. Wouldn't imagine there being much DG interference going on.
- Most of the holes use larger trees to force line shaping, usually demanding a hyzer of some sort. #3, #6, and #7 are the most obvious RHBH hyzers, while some other ones offer an anny lane as well. Overall, it is pretty generous either way, avoiding the main obstacles is the major challenge.
- Biggest challenge at this course is navigating the greens and other obstacles near the baskets. #1 is completely surrounded by short, dense trees, #4 is tucked into a small clearing in the forest, and #5's is directly underneath/inside some low hanging trees. A good approach (or drive) is needed to get a halfway decent look at these.
- Good mix of hole lengths, with three holes under 220' and three holes over 400'. Some straight up rippers and some short technical ones.
- Tees are in decent shape for grass, signs and baskets are nice. Easy to navigate for the most part; not many places to get lost.
- A few holes are pretty much wide open, with no thought needed at all. Others only have one or two paths to the basket as well, usually a RHBH hyzer will work just fine. Better suited to driving practice more than anything else on some of the holes.
- On the other hand, some of the tighter holes are over the top. The baskets are almost in the trees, which is more of an annoyance than challenge. #1 especially, and #5 is pretty tight too.
- The course makes good use of the trees to add difficulty, which is nice. A lot of baskets in tough pin positions, a few blind baskets, trees to avoid, and a few elevation changes help to keep things interesting. This is definitely well suited for beginners and casual players, the more experienced need not apply.