9 Helpful / 0 Not
A nice but neglected old course
Pros: This course is old, evidently, one of the first pole-hole courses in Canada. As a result, this course is very short but it requires some skilled placement shots. Holes 4, 6 and 8 are blind shots that require good fundamentals if you want a birdie.
Cons: No signs, and no teepads. The course has suffered from neglect. The only maintenance this course gets is regular mowing and a little bit of weed whacking from time to time. The tee pads are very un-even and sort of dug out for being used so much over the years.
Other Thoughts: There are random tonals installed by the regulars that play here which can be very confusing to the first time player. A word of wisdom to new players, ignore the tonals. The reason for their installation is to give the course a little more variation. Apparently, one of the regulars has a book with dozens of ways to play the course thanks to the extra tonals.
The unofficial back nine is playing the baskets in reverse. There are bald patches for each tee on back nine. It would be best to get local to show you or make up your own.
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