1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: There is a course map located at hole 1. The front nine is very technical. 1-8 are all wooded holes which provide lots of shade. Holes 9-11 plays around a pond and 12-13 are mostly open. Holes 15-18 are all wide open big arm shots with 17 playing over a pond. This course has a great layout with tight tunnel shots (1-8) and wide open big arm shots (15-18). There are also restrooms available at hole ones parking lot.
Cons: In the course description it is listed as having DiscCatcher baskets which the course DOES NOT have. It has DGA baskets. The only DiscCatcher basket is the practice basket at hole one. The concrete tee pads are very slick. When playing in the woods gigantic mosquitoes will swarm you by the hundreds. Bring tons of mosquito repellent. Also, any errant shots through the woods could get you into a swamp. Holes 9,10 and 11 plays around pond that has evidence of gator activity.
Other Thoughts: This course is not begginer friendly. While this course has many challenges it has a fun factor that will test all of your game. If it rains this course becomes very marshy and almost unplayable.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 9 Not
Pros: A variety of shots. Good Discatcher baskets. Needed them to be able to locate with yellow ring.
Cons: Mosquitos, mosquitos, mosquitos. I took two players who had never played before. Not a good experience for the first time. They lost a disc in woods and in pond. Need to clear more of course. Course needs mowed. The recent rains made the mosquitos unbearable. Borrowed friends nature repellant which was like desert to these suckers.
Other Thoughts: Would rate higher if not for mosquitos.
3 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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