3 Helpful / 1 Not
Muddy but Unique
Pros: This is one of the most unique courses I've ever played. You're literally teeing out of a pond on hole number 8, and water is everywhere. There's even an elevated hole that provides some fun ace opportunities. This course makes excellent use of trees and water.
Cons: It's very muddy. The bridges are sometimes just pieces of wood you have to cross (balance beam style), and mosquitos and poison ivy were rampant. If you aren't at a level where you're pretty sure the direction your disc goes when it leaves your hand, steer clear: you WILL lose one in the water.
Other Thoughts: Playing it safe from the short tees I didn't lose any discs, and only one of mine got wet. People knock this course for being tight and unimaginative hole-wise, but it's one that's worth playing if you like technical shots and fun ace-opportunities.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: If you like getting aces, this course is for you! Short tees are very beginner friendly but also teaches to throw a straight shot. Also offers a second set of tees that are A LOT tougher! par is 58 from the long tees.
Cons: Not much fun in the summer time due to all the mosquitos and poison ivy. Natural tees get muddy.
Other Thoughts: Scorecards and maps are located on the side of the building next to the sign board. My personal favorite course in our county.(Xcept in summer!!)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
It's not all luck
Pros: New baskets in place of old homemade ones; Chainstars. Great course for learning to weave through trees and throwing straight shots. Only playable course in the area when snow or cold temps are around because majority is in woods. Short holes make for more ace opportunities.
Cons: Unplayable most of the year due to thick brush, poison ivy, and lots of mosquitoes. You'll spend more time looking for your disc than actually playing during the leaf months. A few holes need a tree or two cut for realistic windows.
Other Thoughts: This course is great in the winter, even with snow on the ground. The holes are short enough where concrete pads aren't necessary for good drives. Don't expect to shoot well the first time you play because many of the windows are small but definitely not impossible even though it may seem that way.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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