Saint Elmo, IL 
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Uploaded By: HighFlyer88 Hole #18 (Taken 7/2010)
4 / 265ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #18 Tee

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5+    0/0/0000   12/28/2012
Review By: airspuds
Played: 108  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 31.1 Years
This review was updated on 4/19/2014
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Elevation, up and down , great workout .
Course will challange big arms to be accurate and amaze the amatuers. It;s a challange just to walk the course, good for hikers.
Cons: Tees overgrown currently, basket 11 missing ,
tee signs lying around. Bathroom was open but no toliet paper. Neighbor dogs barking at you when you play 18. Most players will not like the challange of elevation, over growth, wet ness and location.
Other Thoughts: This course just needs some attention.
Tees can be easily cleared of weeds and re limestoned. I personally love this course. Nothing has changed since my older review.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Super fun short course!

1    3/30/2009   1/16/2010
Review By: #19325
Played: 343  Reviewed: 177  Exp: 16 Years
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: I had an absolute blast playing this course. It is located on an awesome piece of property. Nice lake with some awesome views. It is very peacful and quiet. It has great elevation and woods. I did not see any wildlife but i'm assuming it's out there. I'm not usually a fan of super short courses but this one is unique and fun. This is a challening hike and there are a couple of dangerous areas. Be careful!

New Innova Discatchers.

Several technical tight wooded holes.

Some unique holes with elevation.

I'll pick my favorite holes on this course.
#4. 260ft. The tee pad sits atop a cliff about 40ft above the pin. Think West Park cliff shot on Arod Steroids. There is a gap in the trees you have to hit to get to the basket. Right in front of the treeline is a wide/deep disc eating creek.
#14 205ft. You throw from an elevated tee in the woods across to another elvated green. Behind the pin is a view of the lake. What a tricky birdie to get! If you go deep you are in the lake.
#2. 255ft. The pin sits 25ft below you with a major road to the left (OB). A pine tree splits the fairway so you can go left of right. The natural fairway runs downwards to the pin.
#16. 333ft. throwing from the top of the damn. The pin is at the bottom of the hill. Trees and schule on the right. Deep of the pin is a creek and damn wall opening.
Cons: Limestone/Gravel tee pads are not level.

I played this course in the early spring and there were several holes with standing water and mud.

This course is very short.
Other Thoughts: Bring a treat for the friendly dog on the property.

This course is located about 5 to 10 minutes off the interstate. To me it was worth the drive.

Check out my Illinois Top 10.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

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