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Uploaded By: timg Hole #7 (Taken 6/2011)
3 / 176ft.   3 / 227ft.   3 / 282ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #7 Basket to Tee

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5+    3/6/2017   3/11/2017
Review By: dgnut81
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: hole 1 is very unique and difficult- get to shoot right towards the water through some trees
have to play smart, and just can't throw bombs on every hole- makes you really think about what your shots are going to be
course is never busy
2 sets of concrete tee pads
Well maintained, grass is never over grown
Cons: baskets are a little old
tee signs are terrible- half of them have wrong numbers on them
course layout can be a little confusing if you are playing it for the first time
Other Thoughts: I really enjoy this course, it isn't easy to score, but challenges you on many holes. If you can only throw a backhand hyzer- you will not play well here!
Most of the holes are very unique- and allows you to throw a number of different shots, that you normally wouldn't throw.
Can't wait to play this a lot this year

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 What a difference a few changes can make

5+    6/20/2011   6/21/2011
Review By: simpletwist
Played: 30  Reviewed: 10  Exp: 10.3 Years
15 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: An immaculately maintained course. By that I mean they fairways are mowed relentlessly. Almost never any trash to be seen.

The course was slightly redesigned in the fall of 2010. But the few changes have made a huge impact on the quality of play. The redesign gave us some big arm air it out holes; made the best use of the existing elevation changes; and left the best of what already existed. And can you say tunnels shot? There's a ton of them.

#1 is new. A fairly short shot thru a donut hole and downhill. The basket is protected by a couple old growth trees and don't go long because a lagoon off of Lake Ontario is less than 2 paces beyond the pin.
#2, is also new. Another fairly short hole, but its a HARD left dogleg thru a wide tunnel of old growth. The left turn goes uphill to a narrowing tunnel. Left of the old stone wall is OB.
#3, old #2 redesigned. Lengthened and the basket moved to the left. A fairly open hole.
#4, old #3, redesigned. Lengthened this wide open and straight shot. The winds off the Lake come into play on this one. It and the next few run along SR 18 which can be distracting.
#5, old #4, redesigned. Lengthened and again fairly wide open.
#6 old #5, redesigned. Red tees lengthened otherwise unchanged. First half of the fairway is wide open going to a basket lightly guarded by older trees
#7, old #6, redesigned. Red tees lengthened. Another Donut hole, or up an over some dense shrubs and medium large trees. Its mando to stay left of the large tree closest to SR18.
#8, old #7 unchanged. A small upslope halfway up the fairway and then downhill to the basket. This is a tight tunnel of pines. Beyond the little creek is OB.
#9 new. Cross the grassy culvert to this one. A tunnel of sorts with a low ceiling dense shrubs and trees to the right. The meandering creek, and dense vegetation to the left.
#10 new. Another tunnel with a low ceiling heading downhill. The first part of the fairway is guarded to left by a wooded area and on the left by some old growth trees. After that there is another tunnel with wide open areas to the left and right of the tunnel.
#11, old #8, unchanged. Why mess with it? A couple of tunnels of pines to the left and dense woods and shrubs to the right. If you can throw 300+ dead straight thru an 8X8 hole you can ace this. Good luck.
#12, old #9 redesigned. Red tees moved to the right and a little longer. A donut hole/tunnel down and up a slight hill. Woods to the left many trees to the right. The basket was recessed slightly into the woods.
#13, old #10, redesigned. Tee area is unchanged, wide open to the left, woods right. A dogleg right. The basket was moved back into the woods about 30 feet and the basket is well guarded.
#14 new. Dense woods and shrubs right. It begins open but you have to go thru a stand of older trees to get to the open basket.
#15, old #13, redesigned. Red tees lengthened otherwise unchanged. An ace run around or over some trees. Don't go long, there is a severe drop into some trees and the lagoon less than 2 paces past the basket.
16, old #14 unchanged. Another tunnel thru a copse of trees. Left is the drop off and lagoon. There is a drainage ditch past the basket that is OB.
#17 unchanged. Park access road to the left is OB. Trees to the right with of course, a tunnel.
#18 unchanged. A row of trees to the right with the parking lot access road just to the right of them.

Cons: $6 to enter the park in the summer. Only 1 bench along the entire course. A longish walk to the restrooms that are closed in the off season. You may encounter casual park users around baskets 1, 2, 15, 16, 17 & 18. And rarely elsewhere along the course. No trash cans anywhere to be seen.

Several of the older baskets need to be replaced.

The biggest problem or potential problem is what could be on the course's signature hole, number 1. There is a public fishing pier just to the right of the basket. There is also a picnic table and park grill near the basket that hopefully will be moved. There could be picnickers around this basket and it may have to be skipped. Perhaps some Disc Golf warning signs could help.
Other Thoughts: The new signs, maps, and scorecards have not been installed or printed as of this review. And the park is looking to upgrade the tee pads to something other than natural turf.

This course is far enough away to be generally uncrowded. In fact its easy to have the course to yourself especially during the week.

Its definitely worth the trip if you are heading to the Western NY area.

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