1 Helpful / 12 Not
Pros: Very scenic. Most courses I go to are flat with just a few trees. Not this one! This course is pretty challenging, which in my opinion is a big plus!
Cons: A few of the long holes are surrounded by tall grass. I don't mind it, but during the summer new players could easily spend a lot of time searching for discs.
1 of 13 people found this review helpful.
A few feet from fully fun.
13 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Scenery, all the essentials components, plus a secret extra that shall not be talked about. Nice brackets (like a half a golden retriever) on the tee signs to hold the other two discs you'll be carrying.
No interference problems with other users.
Cons: Things that will get better over time: Rough footing, especially out in the open areas where the mammoth dung left super dense patches of grass. Tight lines that don't go all the way to the basket - one or two more tree gone would provide a better chance of reward.
The tees that are concrete seem to be the largest chunks salvaged from the rubble pile of a torn-up parking lot. Also, some of the tees are just a few feet off-line. Perhaps this was intentional to add "difficulty", but that's not a nice way to do it.
A few flow problems, but the signage will get you through the whole course. Then, you'll be stuck trying to figure out how to get back to where you started. Hint, turn right along what seems to be a bikes-only path.
The tiny parking lot is not right by the course, which may be OK if it never gets busy. The practice basket by the lot will pull players in off the street.
Other Thoughts: I would hesitate to bring beginners here, they would be hitting too many trees or getting frustrated with the long open holes where they may lose discs in the tall grass.
If you like to try to hit tight gaps, and won't freak out if you don't hit even one over the whole course, you can have fun here.
13 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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