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(Donít) Swing for the Fences
Easy-to-spot 6'+ tall tee indicators. Blue Ridge Mountains in background.
Single tees (natural) / single, unnumbered baskets (with single chains). OB 6' fence topped with barbed wire along most holes. Every hole has potential to interfere with other park users.
The first six holes are play fairly similarly - (mostly) mid 200s, fairly flat, avoid going over OB fence on left and baseball field fences on right. On #7 the fence remains left but now there is a soccer field on the right. On #8 a soccer field is on the left, and on #9, a restroom (slightly right) and small skate park (slightly left) lie between you and the basket.
Navigation: After finding the snack bar between two baseball fields, walk down the swale between the two fields to find tee-1. Course then plays in a clockwise direction. After finishing basket-3, tee-4 is hard to your left, next to the fence.
Favourite hole #5: Up-n-over a small rise, pine tree to avoid at the midpoint, OB fence not too close.
The distances and openness are appropriate for beginners, but the OB fence and closeness to other park users require an accuracy not typical of beginners, making this a difficult course to recommend to any particular type of player.
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