2 Helpful / 1 Not
Great Course, Happy to have made the drive!
Pros: Great Layout. Its a private course and you have to pay (by honor box if before/after clubhouse hours) or at the clubhouse.
All the tees were cement and nice and grippy.
The holes have a ton of variety, from open fairways, to doglegs, to water hazards and uphill and downhills.
Its maintained great, there are garbage cans on each tee and each tee has a clear map of the hole and what to avoid/O.B./warnings.
The guy working there was super nice. I played before clubhouse hours and paid by honor box and then decided to play later that day and he let me play again for free (even though it should've been at least a couple dollars more for the whole day option).
Its a private course so you don't have to worry about other people using the course as a park.
Cons: Its a little in the middle of nowhere and a drive up from Freeport or Sabego Lake. I think it took me almost 40min from both areas to drive in. It was worth it, but still you've got to plan your day around it if you're far away.
The worker at the clubhouse was a nice guy but it seemed like their stocks of stuff was depleted. I understand in the age of internet people are probably buying stuff online, but I was actually looking for a disc golf bag and some discs and was excited to buy locally but they didn't have much stocks of simple stuff like champion roc3 or innova standard/starter bags.
Other Thoughts: I played after some torrential rains and it did dry up a lot, but there was some muddy parts. I didn't care though. It would be wise to take note of the course conditions and maybe call in before making the trip out there though.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Easy Navigation
Plenty of trash cans and benches
Very good layout
Very good use of elevation
Cons: The swamp near the end (hole 18?) was pretty soggy.
Other Thoughts: I played this as part of my vacation. I really enjoyed it, probably more than any other course. The course is impeccably maintained, and navigation was a breeze (I played by myself and did not get lost once).
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
played 100 plus here
Pros: ob adds difficulty which allows the most experienced player to come out and play with noobs or gf. lots of dueceable 4s, got one par 4 ace out there, have seen two others, plays easy on the body
Cons: kind of easy and that fabled second coarse that ive been waiting for doesnt seem to be coming....
Other Thoughts: leagues are fun
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Golf's Putt course of Disc Golf
Pros: -It looks like Golf course in putter design.
-It have small concrete near by each basket to tell you where the next tee is. Instead of nail the wood with arrow shape. Easy to follow around.
-Red color on top of each basket. Easy to spot feel like, that it was heated by Red Dragon flame on it! :-)
-big red garbage can on every tees. With every tee number on it.
Cons: -Need little bit more challenge (possible in summer time with more trees to blossom out)
-Lots of watery and mud on the course during early spring time. (That's expect in state of Maine)
Other Thoughts: The tee with each design of course need stronger plastic to press on avoiding snow or rain for wet to getting through. So it cause fading..
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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