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 Solid Young Course

5+    12/5/2009   12/5/2009
Review By: trainhawk2468
Played: 26  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 10.1 Years
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Brand New Genuine Mach3 Baskets
Brand New Tee Signs w/full color hole maps
All holes have Red, White and Blue Tees
Fairways have all been cleared
Many holes have their fringe cleared
Awesome scenery overlooking Pine Lake
Interesting elevation changes
Course design very well laid out
Continual course improvements
Adequate nearby parking
Porta-potty located near parking lot
Cons: Presently only 9 holes
Natural Tee pads
Some minor tripping hazzards
Some muddy areas
Other Thoughts: Thanks for the honest reviews. The course continues to develope and get better. At the time of the review from StrikerME02 the course was only 50 DAYS OLD, literally. He was very right about many things. The course layout was very vague and the tee signs were blank while the maps were developed. Many holes were only roughed in with little clearing done. This has all changed. Full color Tee sign maps are now present for all holes. All of the fairways have been cleared and even opened up more since sean-arch's review. Concrete Tee pads are in the works, but this is in leu of funding from sponsorship, of which we are aggressively searching for. The course can get muddy in places, but we are identifying all of these areas needing love and getting them taken care of. Of course winter will slow these efforts so be patient.
Poison Ivy. Yes it is abundant, but we have done our best to eliminate it from all fairways and many fringe areas. It has lived here for a hundred years unchecked, so it won't go away tomorrow. We are dedicated to making the experience here as Poison Ivy free as possible.
The course is fairly technical, meaning you need to consider your risk vs reward with every shot. You need to be on the fairway or the immediate fringe. If not, you will pay the price. This can irritate some, but it is part of becoming a better disc golfer.
We have already had one successful tournament and have our Ice Bowl coming up. We have a weekly beginner friendly event every Saturday at 2pm.
Check our events listings or the website ( ) for information. Come have fun with us!!

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