Lyndonville, VT 
Lyndon State College DGC Share
Uploaded By: jtb06290 Hole #3 (Taken 4/2009)
3 / 338ft. Par / Distance:
About halfway down the #3 fairway. The basket is farther down and a bit to the left.

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1    7/17/2013   7/19/2013
Review By: Gavin0
Played: 3  Reviewed: 3
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: It is a disc golf coarse with new pins and platforms
Cons: -It is not disigned well
-Some holes are hard to find (no maps)
-There is extreamly thick grass around all feild holes except #1 and if you are un lucky enough to get the disc in there, you will never find it
-The mosquitos are terrible
-Alot of the holes are disigned so that your throw will either be lucky or unlucky and can leave you thinking WTF
-The trail to the next hole for some is unexplained and confusing
Other Thoughts: If you are feeling lucky you may as well buy a lottery ticket in stead of loosing 15$ in plastic
I played in a group of 3. We all lost a disc

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 If It Were A 5 Hole Course It Would Be One Of My Favorites

5+    7/5/2012   7/19/2012
Review By: M@MARRO
Played: 34  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 8.1 Years
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: The great holes on this course are wonderful, memorable, challenging, beautiful, and make you want to play 'em more.

A great use of the land provided in terms of stringing together 18.

Miss Lyndonville Diner is probably the most exciting thing about playing this course.
Cons: - I feel like i've been playing disc golf enough to know the difference between a challenging shot and blind stupid luck. If you want to try your luck, i suggest buying loto tickets down the street somewhere.

- The majority of the holes play like 2/3 things are always obnoxious about it. If you look at a hole like a drive, an up shot, and a putt then you should expect saying "WTF?" on 2 of those 3 factors on the majority of the holes. Either the tee shot is beautiful, you land perfect and have no idea what to do next, or you don't have a tee shot, or the tee placement is the worst possible location to take advantage of a great hole.

- a lot of travel without guidance between holes.
Other Thoughts: Keep 5 or 6 holes and rethink the rest of the course.

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