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Pros: Every hole is an ace run. My girlfriend brought me here because her house is super close and I wanted a round in before it got dark. You can fly threw a round in 20 minutes. Every hole is ace-able. There fun 200 footers. Not much difficulty. Perfect for putters and mids. No need to bring a driver at all. A few baskets are blocked by trees. Some uphill shots from the teepad. The hole where you throw from on top of the hill, the teepad is sideways, but good thing you dont need a run up because its a 30 foot ish drop down, and the distance is only 150 ish so you barely need to put any mustard behind your toss.
Cons: By the schools. Passing students. The sideways teepad previously mentioned. Football equipment by one of the holes that your disc could get stuck under. Students play during the day for their class, so they fills up the course. No shots over 250. Sidewalk very close to a few holes. Tennis courts right next to a few holes, could hit them with a disc or they could potentially hit you with a ball.
Other Thoughts: The locals tee off on spots they made calling them "pro tees" that are longer so it makes the course a little more challenging by adding distance to the mix. Fun warm up round, or just ace runs. Bring your mids and putter and youll have a blast. Its more of a casual course rather than taking it seriously.
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Pros: Good course for beginners. There are a few shots that present a challenge to all players, but for the most part, it is a very easy course. I thought this course was one of the easiest in terms of finding the next hole.
Cons: Short holes mean you don't really need to bring your driver. There are a few too many holes out in the open where there are absolutely no obstacles.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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