1 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun pitch and putt/beginner course
Pros: This course is located in a small, quiet park located right on Lake Norman. The park has a small pavilion, bathrooms and drinking water fountains, an outdoor fire pit (cool!) and a neat water fountain play area for kids.
Fun, short midrange to putter distance holes with a nice variety.
The course circles around the parking lot and pavilion area and has a variety of narrow straight wooded shots, open shots, and a bit tougher shots through the woods requiring accuracy and shot placement.
The park and course was quiet, and clean, leading to a nice quick walk through the woods. Would be great for a lunch break 9 holes, or a beginner friendly instructional course.
Cons: The tee's are natural, marked only with white PCV pipes in the ground, with numbers marked on them. Some of the tees have roots, or sand and could be a potential hazard.
No tee signs, and no directional signage. Although with some common sense, I was able to navigate the course successfully, I can see some people having a hard time.
Other Thoughts: Overall, for a beginner friendly (but still challenging) short course, this is a great little course.
It is by no means a highly polished tournament caliber course, but the simplicity of the setup, and short distances make it great for teaching the basics to a new player, or working on your putter/midrange control.
Worth a look if you're in the area and need an excuse to get out of the house, or a fun way to work on your mid to short range game, but don't come expecting to use a driver.
3 disc rating for this course, based on it's target audience, not comparing to other great charlotte area courses
Fun, short, semi challenging course that would be great for beginners, or midrange practice.
No tee signs and natural tee pads make for a simplistic course.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Great Little Course
Pros: I enjoyed this course. It has been over a year since I played, it but if I lived locally I'd play it often. A course is a course and it's partly open and partly wooded.
Cons: Weren't many things that stood out about it, but nothing that was negative about it either.
Other Thoughts: The holes aren't all easy-as-pie and the bit of difficulty factor is enough to make the course a very enjoyable place.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
tight 9 hole course
Pros: a short 9 hole course that has tight fairways on at least 6 of the 9 holes.good course to work on control shots and midrange. set in a really nice park along lake norman. bathrooms and a nice playground for the kid.( i took my 2 year old daughter). nice variety of shots considering the amount of land used.
Cons: it was a little muddy,and windy the day i played. could use some clean up inthe form of cut and dead branches laying on the ground.
Other Thoughts: this course was designed by MJ (micheal johansen) a charlotte club pro. it shows... very tight lines are required to navigate the fairways. the raised basket on hole#5 was probably my favorite hole. you dont really need to bring a driver out except for maybe two holes. overall a enjoyable course to play
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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