0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: First sign is a map. Take a picture
I did enjoy the course
Tee signs include hole map, semi accurate yet a few missing. However this course follows an intuitive layout. 18 Holes start with some open right handed fairways. And finishes with very technical narrow shrub maze.
Cons: A few missing signs make it look sloppy.
13-17 are tricky in narrow wooded overgrown areas. None of the local regulars tend to play this section as it is narrow winding and blind thick shrubbery. The shrub maze will frustrate players of all skill levels.
Other Thoughts: Tick repellent and regular Tick checks required. April through late fall.
A decent to good course would become great if the Shrub Maze 14-17 was double wide the current fairways; signage replaced in a few places would keep it classy.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Nice front 9, good length, bathrooms nearby, no wait
Cons: Back nine is very poorly designed, expect to be torn to pieces by thorn bushes should your disc veer off of the fairway, couple of holes on back nine have multiple (10 yard wide) dog leg fairways.
Other Thoughts: Could be a nice course with some brush cleaning, doesn't get much traffic in current state
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 5 Not
.Very disappointing course
Pros: Very disappointing course,18 baskets, always better than only 9. Quiet, not a lot of players. Has playground for kids. 15 minutes from my home.
Cons: Grass tees, Makes for mud and slippery conditions when wet. Few players, gets lonely, but good for praticing. Keep out of the woods easy to loose disc's.
Other Thoughts: Close to home so it's good for me. If from out of town check out Silver Lake Wi course it's better and only 20 minutes north, and Fairfield course about the same rating for me 20minutes south, all three in one day? sounds great.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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