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ok college course
Pros: Tee pads and old Disc Catchers
Elevation on a Texas Course
Cons: Course is not marked, no hole numbers.
Holes are pretty open and long
Other Thoughts: This is not a bad course, but not a good course either.
Hole 1 is behind the Gym from the parking lot. Walk around to the west side of the gym entrance and you will see the tee pad near it. (Udisc map is totally wrong) Nice short warm up hole.
From here, all tee boxes are very close to the basket and pointing towards the next basket.
Hole 2 is behind a tree with the ball field to the left and if you overthrow, there is a hill.
Hole 3 has the ball field to the left, this really comes into play. The basket is up on the side of the hill behind some bushes.
Hole 4 throws down the hill with the road on your right and ball field on your left.
Hole 5 is not playable if there is a game going on, you throw around the backstop and up the side of the hill towards the gym doors.
Hole 6 throws back down across the edge of the track, nice long open shot.
hole 7 is a long shot along the football/track and is located in a planter on the side of a large hill.
Hole 8, long hole up across the edge of the track, up the hill.
Hole 9 is a dogleg right around the tennis courts. The light poll at the edge of the tennis courts should be considered a mando.
Would I play here again. Probably not. I tried following the UDisc map and figured out it was wrong when I got behind the gym. I was wondering why the tee boxes were not pointing the correct directions. This course is a little long for beginners, but is a good training course to work on parts of your game.
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