3 Helpful / 3 Not
Not worth the drive.
Pros: There were decent, regulation baskets.
A few (3 or 4) concrete tees were newly put in, the rest of the tees were marked by 2 cinder blocks sunk at an angle.
Cons: Front 9: Half the fairways were flooded, another third had 12" tall grass.
Hole #1: Standing water ~4" deep across the whole fairway, 20' - 30' circumference.
Holes #2 - #4 unmowed, 12" tall grass, but dry.
Holes #5 - #7 were all under water, unplayable.
Holes #8 - #9 were clear.
Back 9: Basically non-existent except for hole #10. A huge bucket loader parked in the center of a swath of downed trees & growth. Holes #11 - #18 were unplayable, or at least so bad & undeveloped as to be not worth the effort. I classify them as "under construction".
Overall: See other thoughts below
Other Thoughts: The worst aspect of this course was the smell and the bugs. It smelled like a bad day at a neglected zoo. Seriously, think elephant pen on a humid summer day. I'd half wager the "park" was built over a landfill. The insects were abundant and incessant.
I'm sure folks who live nearby appreciate a local DG course, and with a LOT of work (serious work) it could be decent, but in it's current condition it's just abysmal.
*Fair warning: The pictures above, specifically of holes 11-18, no longer represent the actual layout or condition of this course.
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