North East, MD 
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Uploaded By: gottafixit Hole #9 (Taken 11/2008)
3 / 147ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #9 Tee

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 Great beginners course

5+    3/10/2016   3/14/2016
Review By: hdeckman
Played: 4  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 2 Years
Pros: Great place to learn the sport, I've been a bunch of times mainly because of how close and convenient it is. Great to practice putting as some holes are short and a few pins are on hills giving practice for that too. 2 tunnel shots that are fun to play.
Cons: Doesn't really put an experienced players game to the test. Only really a rhbh course.
Other Thoughts: Big open field to go out and just throw the discs if you want practice. Good to practice putting warm ups on hole 9 before teeing off.

 Nice, Quick Round

5+    6/28/2013   6/29/2013
Review By: DonB
Played: 110  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 6.6 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Convenient location if you are staying at Sandy Cove, or working there for the summer (my situation).

A 1-disc, 9-hole speed round can be played in under 15 minutes. A normal walking round averages 30 minutes.

Nice baskets. Clean, well-kept grounds. Friendly people to play with. Discs provided for players (please do not keep them).

Some shaded holes, some wide open.

Hole #7 provided my first Hole-In-1 ever!
Cons: Out of the way unless you are in the close vicinity.

Not a tough course, with few challenge shots.

If a soccer game is playing, hole #8 could be tricky, as you are only left with a narrow window to fly through without potentially landing on the field.

Private grounds, with no garbage cans.
Other Thoughts: LOCATION INFORMATION: Sandy Cove Ministries is a Christian conference center, where families spend time together, doing activities, as well as learning how to better this world through their Christian faith.

I've worked here 4 summers, and to the reviewer that makes light of Sandy Cove, using words like "cult" and "voodoo", face it, not every disc golfer is a littering pothead. There are many great people that play Disc Golf. Some are trying to improve their lives, as well as their families.

I think it's great that they provide a disc golf course to the camp attendees to try out, as well as allowing outsiders to play here also.

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