A bad day on the course is better than a good day sitting at home.
Recreational player. I throw forehand/sidearm mainly...except putting.
A little note about my course reviews.... I like woods courses, open holes bore me to tears. So I'm gonna score wooded courses much better than open courses. It's nice to have a few open holes when a course is tough, but don't over do it. I don't think a course has to test a 1000 rated players skills to be considered a great course. There are more below that number that actually play than more above it. I also factor in things like course flow, benches and trash cans, tee signs, tee pads and the condition of the baskets.
Living in the Lake Norman area I have what I consider many home courses. Hornets Nest is 7 miles from my driveway, as is Bailey Road Park. Davidson College is only 9-10 miles away. And the stunning Brackett's Bluff is just a bit beyond that-RIP(sorta). Those course are very different and offer different things. I'm blessed to be living so close to Charlotte with all the great courses. But 2 of my favorite courses aren't around here...Fox Chase and Buckhorn.
Hello. I live in Huntersville as well. I am going to hit up the little course of at Bailey Road Park tomorrow. Any tips for that course? I haven't played in about 4 years so I'm pretty novicy, and currently only have the cheapy Wal-Mart pack of Discs.