Vicksburg, MI 
Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Share
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1    12/23/2011   12/23/2011
Review By: Central Scrutinizer
Played: 127  Reviewed: 13  Exp: 28.4 Years
11 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Friendly ladies greet you in the office. They have a course map if you desire it.

Nice new rubber tee mats and good Chainstar baskets.

Most holes have at least some purpose. The obstacles may be few, but they're well placed.

During off-times (in terms of the campgrounds), you will probably have this place all to yourself. I played it in December and was the only person on the premises other than the staff in the office.

If you're seeking a clean course devoid of drunks and smokers, no alcohol or tobacco is allowed here.

According to the ladies, it's free and available to the public at all times (aside from when activities are planned with large groups of camp children in the summer).
Cons: If you're looking for a course with many obstacles to challenge advanced players, this isn't it.

I imagine there will be conflicts with other campground activities when it's in season.

If you're thirsty for a beer or craving a smoke, they're not allowed here.
Other Thoughts: For what little the designer had to work with, he did a phenomenal job etching 9 holes, 7 of which I deem purposeful for playing Disc Golf. The 2.5 rating can't do it justice because it isn't intended for competition.

It's a nice walk with your Discs, worthy of your time if you're in the area and in need of a quick and carefree round of 9 holes. You'll get to throw your driver, too.

Two of the holes are reachable with a putter. Three of them are reachable with a drive, and four of them are a drive and an approach (for me, at least, a mediocre Am-1 player).

A few holes have young evergreens that will be good Disc Golf obstacles in ten years or so. I imagine the designer had this foresight based on their placement.

A few of the holes also have a small, non-busy cement road that could act as O.B., which adds a welcomed challenge.

This is a religious campground, meaning absolutely no drinking or smoking. PLEASE respect their wishes in this regard!

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