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Pros: Even though the course is short, there are some decent challenges. The third hole has the basket sitting between the vee of a tree. Pretty neat.
Cons: Soccer takes precedence in Haiti but disc golf was proving to be very exciting for the locals.
Other Thoughts: Going on a mission trip to play disc golf is interesting. Doing work for the locals and then playing with them something that is new and exciting is worth the trip though.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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Haiti's First Course!
Pros: The only disc golf course in Haiti or the Dominican Republic! Two open holes lead to a well protected pin and the last hole finishes up shooting from a wooded area to a mostly open basket. There is a soccer field and bathroom on site. There are plenty of discs available to borrow at the mission house or school (close to 300!). This is a fun to play putter only course, and you can show the locals how to play. What could be more fun? You have to go on a mission trip to play so it might be expensive but for the overall experience alone it is well worth it.
Cons: What can I say? It's only four holes and the baskets don't catch that great, but you're on a mission trip in Haiti! Come on this course was designed for the school children who attend the school on site and all the villagers who have never seen a disc. You won't be able to play if there is a soccer game going on as they move the baskets, but you can watch some incredible play.
Other Thoughts: The course is short but could be nicknamed "Birdie Alley" or "Ace Race Road" so there's that. You might have to move the baskets out to the field. Pastor Peter is the guy who handles the course so talk to him and you should be all set. Other than that enjoy your life-changing trip you can play disc golf. Too awesome!!
26 of 26 people found this review helpful.
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