Lynchburg, VA 
Randolph College DGC Share
Uploaded By: gottafixit Hole #7 (Taken 11/2010)
3 / 160ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #7 Tee

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 Nice little 9 hole.

2-4    7/20/2013   9/14/2013
Review By: JMcCon
Played: 15  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 16.2 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Easy to navigate course.
-Nice campus setting.
-Good for beginners / a quick round if you are near by.
-Nice DISCatcher baskets.
-Neat use of land and property for course.
-Good for practice and leisure play.
Cons: -Short holes and tees for most of the holes.
-Not worth the drive to that area across town when I have two better courses closer.
Other Thoughts: Over all it is fun and worth a try atleast once.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Get Creative

5+    1/8/2012   1/11/2012
Review By: frabs
Played: 8  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 6.5 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easy to navigate
Short enough to squeeze in a quick round
Lots of room for safari/improvised holes
Good baskets
Good use of the land
Almost no traffic
Cons: Very short
Very easy
Other Thoughts: I gave this course the rating I did because of the opportunities for improvised holes. Its a putt putt course when played from the given tees, but there is enough open space that I rarely play from the actual tees. I play here just about every day (I go to school here), and it is probably my favorite place to play because of the improvised holes.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Short & sweet... & hilly!

2-4    6/24/2011   6/24/2011
Review By: Old Swampy
Played: 9  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 26.4 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Compact course with hills. Good course map beside first tee. Ample parking (at least when school's out). Toe boards with readable hole information. Ace opportunities. Well maintained grounds.
Cons: Short holes. Tees can be a bit hard to find the first time through the course; no arrows or other indicators to direct you to the next hole.
Other Thoughts: I played this course twice today. Aside from having to hunt for the tees a couple of times it was fun. A few of the holes seem somewhat contrived, but the course is squeezed into a somewhat small space on a college campus, so I guess that's understandable.

The hazards here are varied; off-target first shots can end up in a parking lot (hole 3) or the woods (several holes). If you want to practice short holes with elevation changes, this is a good course. The longest holes are 250' and 280' and are par 4; all others are 160' or less and par 3. Most holes are fairly open, but 5 involves a corridor through the trees; it's short and direct, though, and an easy birdie if you can throw straight.

The tee areas are grass and well-mowed. In fact, the grass was being cut when we were there. The guy on the mower kindly paused and allowed us to play #3 before resuming his passes across the area. The most confusing spot was following hole 4; to reach the tee for 5, cross the paved path (don't follow it) and head downhill towards the amphitheater. Part of the way downhill you should find the tee area for 5. Some other tees can be difficult to spot since the only thing marking them is a toe board that's flush with the ground in the middle of an open grassy area. But keep looking -- they're all there.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Just what you need between classes

1    11/7/2010   11/9/2010
Review By: gottafixit
Played: 549  Reviewed: 69  Exp: 14.7 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Course koisk with map and distances
- Toe boards have hole#, par, and distance on them
- Good use of a small peice of land
- Uses the elevation available
- Area course is in is well groomed
Cons: - No take with map, or navigation aids on the course
- Toe boards get covered by leaves
- Only one player level
- uses some common areas of the campus that could have conflicts at times.
Other Thoughts: The course is located of the student lot on N Princeton Cir. The first tee is behind the round chapel. Once I was able to locate the course(the directions and gps locations were a little off, don't worry I fixed them) it welcomes you with a nice course map, however nothing to take with you. Luckly this is a small course so you can see most of the baskets from hole one. The course is short but it makes great use of the little amount of land its in using the hills to go up and down and even gets to stretch it out a little on a couple holes. The toe boards make for very simple tees but with all the info on them they get the job done. The baskets were even numbered which aided me in finding the first tee. The course could use some painted rungs to point to the next hole as some spots get a little tricky and with the leaves covering some of the toe boards spotting some of them was hard. The course shares some common areas with an outdoor stage and a volleyball court which if in use could close down a few holes. No other frills about the course ie benchs ect but its so short you shouldn't need it.

This is a short and sweet birdy fest for anyone with any experience otherwise its a great course to get someone started on. I'd play it often if I went there.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

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