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Great course for players of all levels
Pros: Excellent course that requires nearly every trick shot in the books.
Well laid out with many key signs throughout the course to steer you in the right direction.
Cons: Small parking lot. Definitely carpool. Monday nights are packed with leagues, but they are great people.
Other Thoughts: The cliff to cliff shot is a lot of fun.
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Pros: Course is playing better than it ever has. Most holes now have brick tee pads and the brush is much thinner thanks to recent work days. Many unique holes with a very good use of the elevation changes, great greens, challenging but fair.
My favorites would be:
3 - A rolling fairway with OB road running along the entire right side and a guarded basket
6 - Tee shot plays over a 250ft gully, if you do make the opposite hill there are small patches of laurel and pine protecting the green if you don't stay in the fairway.
13 - A short, easy hole but a great example of the landscape. Plays over a large boulder onto a green with multiple levels, miss right and you're putting from 5 feet above the basket, miss left and you may be rolling away but the basket sits on a nice level spot.
Cons: There are some areas where casual water will always be an issue, so proper footwear during wet seasons is a good idea.
It is tight and technical so it may be tough on beginners.
Other Thoughts: League on Monday nights with pools for all skill levels.
Currently tees off at 5PM.
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Pros: - a few long holes
- variety of terrain, many ups and downs, and a few flats
- new baskets
- cool shot over a valley
Overall this place is great, I was expecting a poor experience but I really enjoyed the variety of the holes and how spread out the course was. The fairways are in great shape and course was not crowded at all, we saw one other person
Cons: - parking is terrible, there is only room for a few cars in a small horseshoe driveway.
- finding the next basket can be difficult, as signage is poor on the first few holes, now that i've played it once it won't be a problem though.
- tee pads are mostly natural, a few horse pads in the beginning
- the mountain laurel and prickers were a bit tough to find your disc in, even in the winter
Other Thoughts: - Go here! If you live within an hour I'd say its worth the drive.
- the course is practically brand new, and will only improve
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