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Pros: - fun hole designs
- beautiful hike through campus
Cons: - some holes are difficult to find basket
- fair amount of food traffic around that can be tough to see coming
Other Thoughts: Easy to get a parking pass from them so don't let that stop you.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Advanced woods course
Pros: Technical course; it will force you to throw different shots. Don't need a lot of distance to play here. Some beautifully designed holes that provide a nice variety of skill. Never crowded.
Cons: Trees. They are everywhere. I mean, 15 of the holes are in the forest. There is also a large walk between holes 2 and 3 that will lose players often (head toward the sorority houses, it's on the other side of that).
Other Thoughts: I would call UofR my home course despite Bryan being closer. UofR will require you to throw your discs in a different variety of ways. The tight fairways force you to be accurate, while curving your disc around trees will expand your abilities. No chance to really lose a disc with the exception of hole 12 (lake hole). Be mindful of people that could be walking on trails, especially on hole 11.
During the summer parking is not an issue. During the school year it is. You can get a free pass from the school for parking, or just go after 5. Usually no issue then.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Good addition to the campus
Pros: -Like the new rubber tees
-nice new baskets
-great signs at every tee
Cons: -difficult to navigate without a map
-VERY heavily wooded on most holes
-areas off fairways are fairly rough (wear long pants)
-fairways are a little nasty, not yet broken in
Other Thoughts: -make sure that you have discs that are easy to spot, my buddies and I spent a long time looking for discs in the bushes all round the course
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