Relaxing Sunday Evenings
Pros: This course was a fun short course that a family or group could go out and all play very well at.
The holes all have multiple good lines that players can take, which allows people to play to their strong suits.
Not a lot of play here, I went on a Sunday evening and there wasn't another soul in the area.
Great baskets. Innova Discatchers.
Cons: Tee signs and pads do not exist. The only marking is a post with a number on it, which is sufficient, but not the making of a great course. The tee pads are just grass tee pads and judging by the use of them, I don't think the course gets played much at all.
Other Thoughts: Great course to stop at if you're taking a drive on I-95. Get out and stretch your legs and give these baskets some ace runs!
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It's all right
Pros: The course is fairly decent. It is very flat so if you have the young ones in the family with you it is very nice. It is also in a nice area with the grounds kept up nicely. There is a good amount of trees but still with open space. It gives good obstacles but not tough shots that require precise accuracy.
Cons: The holes are spread out and sometimes hard to find the next hole when finishing one of the holes. Hole 8 tee area is currently down as it sits next to the river and a tree has fallen completely taking out the area. The have not cleared it up. Also, there are very little to no signage for the holes. So knowing par and all the info for the hole you won't get unless you print the scorecard.
Other Thoughts: Overall it's not a bad course if you are willing to take the drive out there and then walk around finding the holes.
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Pros: This is a course on a beautiful, religious retreat center. There are 2 tee positions per hole. The baskets are in perfect shape. The short tees are very beginner friendly.
- water hazards (pond, salt water river)
- nice flow
- easy to navigate
- quiet, peaceful atmosphere
- well priced motel rooms on site
- 5 miles from I-95
Cons: The course is mostly short even from the long tee positions with several fun holes but nothing too special. The natural tee areas have posts that a RHBH player could hit their hand if they have a good follow through, ( I moved over to the side to save a broken hand.)
- very steep bank for errant throws into the river
- no elevation changes
- fee to play
- alot of bugs on the last few holes
- shots near the road (our car was almost hit on the way in)
Other Thoughts: There are certain times the course is unplayable due to other events and you should call ahead to check. My favorite hole was # 17 (long tee), a shot from the woods then over a shallow pond.
I actually stayed in the motel room which was awesome and relaxing. If you're looking for peace on a course then this is your place but overall it's a typical course with some fun holes.
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