3 Helpful / 1 Not
good fun at the LAKER league visit to this private course
Pros: -Great use of available land. The course plays to the property lines on all sides.
-Good variety of hole types here. Holes require all shot types l-->r, r-->l, overhand shots all can be played off the tee.
-Two teepads that play different lines on each hole.
-Some slight elevation changes here, a couple slight downhill shots and a couple slight uphill shots.
-Fairways are pretty tight. You have to really hit your lines here to duece.
-OJ, the owner, was a really nice guy that played with us (group of 10). And started a fire for us since it was in the teens when we played.
-First and last holes play partially open and the rest play in the woods.
-Tee pads were all marked and cleared either with stone for the shorts and wood for the longs
Cons: -Course is short, since the lot was probably on 4 acres or so. No holes over 330', with most hovering at around 200'.
-The holes all kind of play pretty close together, luckily there were only 2 groups, I found myself on other holes fairways a couple times on errant shots.
-The course is really pretty rough. Although it seems like OJ put a ton of work into clearing what has been cleared, there was one or two holes where I just said "huh?" because there was no line to the hole.
-A couple of the tee pads were pretty rough, 9 is an example, it was a bit uphill and rough, hard to get any run up.
Other Thoughts: -I had a lot of fun out here with the STL traveling LAKER league. I would recommend bringing some friends out here and just enjoying the peace and quiet of this quaint little private course.
-Make sure you set up a time with OJ before coming out as there are certain Home Owners Assoc. rules and a waiver that must be signed.
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