0 Helpful / 13 Not
Pyramids- nice pro shop on site
Pros: Decent course, with a pro shop on site w/help full employees. The course has a option to play silver or gold tee s, the silver tend to be less distance and easier wheres gold is more yards and is tuffer challange
Cons: hilly & wet. when i played it was very muddy along the lower holes near the stream that runs through the course, need to put some gravel down. shooting at hole 18 is right next to the parking lot which makes it easy for you to hit your or other cars
Other Thoughts: for $6 bucks it worth playing and id play there again
0 of 13 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 5 Not
The best course that is mostly all wooded shots
Pros: Two baskets for each hole (pro and am) both can be enjoyable and challenging since the course is set mostly in the woods. Unlike most wooded course I have played there are clear and wide fairways so you don't spend all day looking through brush for your discs. The pro basket that is hanging from the log over the stream is just cool. The course is really well maintained.
Cons: You have to pay $5 to play. 18 plays over the parking lot...I find myself always holding back here so I don't screw up an hit a car.
Other Thoughts: Even if you hate playing courses in the woods the number one reason to come here is for the store, Marshall Street Disc Golf. They have a ridiculous number of discs in all diff sizes,colors,plastics as well as bags and baskets. I picked up a portable basket for putting practice there. They'll probably be getting another good chunk of my money when I restock up for the spring.
5 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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