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More maintenance needed
Pros: -Front 9 had a nice variety of shots. Most were technical shots through trees and there were a few blind shots where you just threw and hoped it got through.
-The person that met us there was very friendly and helpful, he gave us a map to get around (because we had no clue where hole 1 was)
-The front 9 flowed well and was generally easy to find the next hole once you got started.
Cons: That said:
-No signage. Theres no way to tell where hole 1 is without someone telling you, and theres no perminant signs denoting where the next hole is.
-Very small tee boxes. The dirt tee boxes were very small and in a few places awkwardly placed. I should note that they are mostly dirt tee pads but I dont really consider that a Con.
-Back 9 is Poles. Normally that wouldnt be a big deal but but again, in conjuction with the other things, they were very hard to find and there didnt seem to be a whole lot of thought put behind it because the flow was very hard to follow.
-Not very maintained, tall weeds and grass in the fairways. Normally thats not a huge deal but with no signs and bag placement of the back 9 it kind of felt like you were just walking through the wilderness searching for your disc and the next hole.
Other Thoughts: This course would be pretty good if it got some work put into it. The problem is there are so many other mountain courses available that are easier to get to that this course would have to have a lot of work put into it to get into the running. It should be noted that there are on site dormatories that were empty when we were there so Im not sure what it would be like when they have a lot of people there.
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