-Concrete tees on every hole.
-Multiple pin locations that are pretty easy to know the difference between.
-Safe environment for the family.
-Tee markers provide a good description.
-The tower pin placement on hole 8 was interesting.
-There was a creek, but the water was almost all dried up. I imagine it would only be a problem after a huge storm.
-TREES! Being a relative newcomer to the sport, the trees gave me fits all day. I understand this is desirable for "technical and experienced" disc golfers, but the trees made my experience miserable. Strategic placement of flight lanes through trees is one thing, but most of these were "Throw and hope it gets through."
-While being interesting, the tower pin placement on hole 8 was harder than it needed to be in my opinion. Maybe I am just new and things like this are the norm.
I traveled here as a gift to myself for my birthday to try a course other than my home course. I had high hopes based on previous reviews, but this was not worth the trip in my opinion.
If you are hard core, experienced, and a good technical disc golfer, I say go for it. If you are a beginner, I would look for other options.
Out of the 68 courses I have reviewed, this is where this course ranks along with similarly rated courses:
30-The Firecracker, Fountain Inn, SC
31-Granbury City DGC, Granbury, TX
32-Owens Field Park, Columbia, SC
33-Hampton Park Baptist Church DGC, Greenville, SC
34-Pecan Grove West, Sherman TX
35-Weatherford DGC, Weatherford, TX
36-Timmons Park, Greenville, SC
37-Crooked Creek Park, Chapin, SC
38-USC Upstate, Spartanburg, SC
39-Trails DGC, Anderson, SC