North East, MD 
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3 / 147ft. Par / Distance:
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1    7/15/2014   9/15/2014
Review By: badforthesport
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
Pros: Good for beginners. Discs are available next to hole 1 tee to borrow.
Cons: Course is on private property, the owners don't care just no drinking, smoking, or swearing. When I played the holes were missing the tee markers. I had to look for the holes where the block tee markers were.
Other Thoughts: Not worth the trip unless you are in the area and have a friend that wants to try disc golf.

 Very basic 9 Hole

5+    8/22/2013   8/28/2013
Review By: bnbanbury
Played: 62  Reviewed: 17
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Not much in the way of pros. This course has baskets and distances marked on rocks set in the ground.
-Nice place to bring younger kids
Cons: -Very short and mostly wide open.
-Geared towards campers who have never seen the sport of disc golf before, really the course and layout are about as basic as it gets
-I'm not entirely sure if i'm supposed to play here. The course is on private camp property, but no one seems to mind me coming to throw a little on my lunch break.
Other Thoughts: I've played this course a number of times due to its close proximity to where i work. Its certainly not a course i would play if it were further away and don't recommend a trip here to serious golfers. Basically i consider it a decent place to do field work, take a stack of putters to the 250' open field hole and practice shot shapes. One thing that this course is excellent for is children. If you have 7-10 year old kids that struggle with getting through an 18 hole course this is a great place to bring them to teach them the game and build some confidence. All the negatives aside, i'm glad this course exists as i'm sure it exposes a lot of campers to the game who might otherwise never learn about disc golf.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Calling all Cubbys, this is your course.

1    10/31/2010   10/31/2010
Review By: prerube
Played: 250  Reviewed: 222  Exp: 10.4 Years
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: The most unique feature this course had was a pile of DGA discs available for use by hole 1. If you forgot a disc you can try out a Reef or a 150 class Squall while you play.
Ace run after ace run, 5 out of 9 are under 150 feet. Holes 3 and 4 are wide open 250-270.
Course was very well maintained.
I would love to have a course like this near me for children, it is perfect for introducing the sport!
Cons: Course is a beginner course, that lacks challenge for experienced players.
Tees are just small white markers level with the grass, no tee signs or method of finding the markers if grass is longer than an inch.
Soccer feild can be a danger on hole 8, it should be OB.
Other Thoughts: Experienced players should bring a friend because trash talking is the most fun thing at this course. You can play a putter round, swap discs, do amini ace race, buy course is too small and simple to take seriously.
This course is similar to Hyatt in MD, Cubby would love empting his bag on every hole.

2 of 5 people found this review helpful.

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