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Diefenbaker Park DGC
Pros: Lots of opportunities for folks with medium arms (250' - 300') to air it out without too many obstacles.
The elevation change holes (10, 13 & 14) are very fun. Putting on 13 at the top of the hill is scary for fear of missing and seeing your disc roll way down the hill.
Cons: You need a course map to find the tees. The old signage from the 9 hole course is still up and conflicts with the 18 hole layout, which is confusing. Real tee pads would be great. Pro tees would be great for folks with bigger arms since the course is pretty wide open.
This course is poorly laid out in terms of having a lot of distance from baskets to the next tee.
Other Thoughts: Although there are some guardian trees by most of the baskets, this course requires very little finesse. Little need for big right-to-left or left-to-right shots. I only drive about 275' on my best drives and can reach or almost reach most of the baskets from the tee with a straight shot using my driver.
The course slightly favors left-hand backhand players.
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Putting on the prairies
Pros: Innova Baskets, distinct holes with treed knolls and bluff lines, 2 large elevation change holes
up hill ledge and down hill tiers
Cons: all par 3 holes, grass tee boxes, limited garbage cans
Other Thoughts: first course in Saskatoon, lots of holes with (i dare you to go for the pin locations,
most targets are close to heavily treed areas,
a few holes are designed at accuracy or bust
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