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A really fun, but short, woods course!
Pros: This is a really fun course to play! The first 16 holes are all in the woods. The woods holes require accuracy and they have some nice elevation changes and a good mixture of left and right shots. The wooded terrain and the creek make for some very scenic and soothing holes. There's a creek that comes into play on 11 holes, but it's usually pretty dry.
The long, majestic, downhill 17th hole is one of my favorite holes in NC. You huck your disc with all you've got downhill toward the basket far away. Although it's pretty open over a wide grassy meadow there are trees to avoid and you don't want to go left into the thick trees or right into the pond. You also let your approach shot fly with all you've got and watch it float down the hill, hopefully toward the basket. You can also let it rip on the pretty open 18th hole as well.
The alternate Long tee pads add considerable challenge to the course.
Cons: Some will think the course is too short.
One hole has a fairway without a good route to the basket.
Trash can build up from careless people.
Other Thoughts: Course Levels: Regular & Long = White
Wellspring provides a very satisfying contrast to the mostly open Cedarock course. Taken together you can indulge in a full disc golf banquet.
You be the judge-
Some longer throwers think that this course is too short. Shorter throwing players will appreciate the opportunity to score well if they're throwing consistent, accurate shots.
See the Files Section for my complete evaluation notes.
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