1 Helpful / 2 Not
Quick round gold
Pros: 1. Good hole variety. A handful of ace shots for everyone, but still some good lengths for the big arms to stretch on. Trees are used well.
2. Tee pads for each hole. Rare to see on a 9 hole. Good length on the pads, as well.
3. Limits straight shots on most holes.
4. Beautiful course. The campus is well taken care of, so the course is cherry.
Cons: 1. Busy... a lot. I've rarely seen the course not have waiting times.
2. Walk between holes can be very long. As much fun as the course is, they could add a ton of holes between holes.
3. Only really playable during non-school hours.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Perfect course to start playing DG
Pros: 9 hole course that you get your exercise on for sure. It plays through the whole west campus of UNC. Holes range from 150-425" Lots of trees that are like magnets for your disc so that makes it challenging. Is a quick play once you have played it a couple times. Takes about 30 minutes to play the course. Holes 1 and 9 are the longest. Lots of people play this course since its on a college campus so you get to interact with a lot of other players.
Cons: It can be over crowded at times, since there is a lot of people at UNC who play. Also DO NOT PLAY during a week day during the semesters you will be waiting a while for people to walk across the sidewalks. Other then that the only other thing is watch out for the trees they are placed in the right spots and for some reason at least once every 18 I skim a tree.
Other Thoughts: This was the course that got me hooked! You do not need to bring your disc bag for this one a driver and a putter will work fine with this course. I love this course its right behind the Outback in Greeley as far as my rank. Also I know some kids who are going to try and put another nine in on central campus. Good luck to them.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Always a good 9
Pros: This is very nice 9 hole course that has a variety of shots to choose from. The concrete tee pads and sidewalks make this a very friendly course to all kinds of disc players. Nice elevation changes in an otherwise flat area. Great place to play when it's been rainning and other course are flooded.
Cons: Not a lot of obstacles. Most holes are pretty open without significate ob's. Then there are the people. If you go out to play during the school year be prepared to wait to make sure no walkers are hit.
Other Thoughts: This is a very pretty looking 9 hole course, and probably the nice 9 hole in the area.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Good length for a 9 hole. Some good technical shots. A few mid to long holes all within the Campus area.
Cons: Alot of traffic, no real hazard plays to mention
Other Thoughts: This is a nice course that I would play again. This is one of the better 9 holes in Northern Colorado.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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