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Good front 9 but back 9 needs work
Pros: Front 9 and half of the back nine are fun to play. Nice use of land around the campus. Front nine great for beginners and allows for discs to really fly.
Cons: Hole 5 does not exist because of construction. Signs could use improvement and some of the tees dont exist. As you get deeper into the back nine it really gets obnoxious......Those holes need work and trees and brush need to be cleared. Holes 17 and 18 are terrible....even for advanced players.
Other Thoughts: Once the back nine get cleaned up and cleared it could be a great course.
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Pros: Good use of extra land at the campus. I loved the front nine! some open shots with some wooded shots.
Cons: Hard to find holes on front 9. Back nine need some work. Coarse is now complete. Hard to find some holes. follow a local.
Other Thoughts: Read or look at the coarse map b4 u play, ull need a head knowledge of where holes r locaed
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Pros: This is my home course, so I may be a bit one sided. But this course is great for learning and for a challenge. Playing in the woods on most of the holes really helps to improve your accuracy.
A lot of different types of shots though.
Cons: The course isn't quite finished yet.
We still have to do 17 and 18.
And we need to put the descriptions of each hole.
The biggest con of this course is that some of the holes are kind of far apart and if you don't know where the next hole is it could confusing; make sure you take a look at the map.
Also, on the back part of the course, if you don't stay on the fairway it might take awhile to find your disc.
Other Thoughts: I play this course all the time, and still is tends to be challenging. 16 can get really frustrating!.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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