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Nice Little Pitch & Putt In The Woods!
Pros: Pomfret is a short little throw in a fairly densely wooded area. The holes range from 118' to 247'. All are technical in nature. Most holes allow more than one route to the basket. There is a kiosk at the beginning where you park by the ballfields with a course map and scorecards. You follow a short 25 yard walk to pad # 1. The teepads are natural material with landscaping timbers layed at a "V". I haven't seen this before but it works fine here. The hole # is spray painted on the timber. Each basket is visible from the pad. The baskets are DISCatchers with the yellow rings and easily spotted here. The course is flat, with lots of trees and some scattered rocks.
Cons: It is what it is. It's almost a full fledged REC course but because of a couple of the really short holes, I'd call it a Pitch & Putt. It would probably be kind of miserable in foul weather with these natural tees. The trees are the challenge. They are trying to impede you from seeing how many under par you can shoot.
Other Thoughts: It's a nice place to introduce someone to the game. It's probably about impossible to lose a disc here. The trees might frustrate someone somewhat but then again, they are the challenge here.
A short, flat 9 hole hole course with natural tees is not a 3 star course in my book. But it's more than adequate. I enjoyed myself here. Wished I'd had time to play a few more rounds a better my lousy score. I'd play it again. Enjoy it. Go for those ACES.
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