2 Helpful / 0 Not
~Great State Park / Campground setting
~Fun little 9-holer
~Baskets & tee signs are both in great condition
~Scenic wooded surroundings
~All 9 holes are relatively short
~Tee pads are natural and rough
~Minor navigation concerns, the map was helpful
Other Thoughts: Sweet little 9 hole midrange/putter friendly course just outside of the campground entrance. Good use of the wooded area, and is settled alongside some park trails. Best aspect of this course is it's appeal to a mid level seasoned player as well as beginner friendly. A great layout for casual campers and park goers, this course would keep me happy during a camping trip to the park. A full 18 course would be great, but this is solid. Decent elevation, and most holes require tight tee shots if you want a birdie opportunity.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Scenic. It's just nice being in the woods, you know? Saw a few deer first time out.
Good chance to drive putts or work on your mid range discs. Leave the drivers at home.
Nice baskets and tee signs.
Cons: Not really challenging. But fun non-the-less
Natural tees can get sloppy if it's been raining recently
Other Thoughts: It's just a fun course to go play a quick round, I live 15 minutes away so probably wouldn't go if it was much further.
Holes 2 and 9 I believe are marked par 4's and should be 3's IMO
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice start, could be great
Pros: This course has some real potential. There is a ton of land here and there is room and some topographical features that could allow this course to really develop some signature holes. The individuals working on this case have done a lot of work to clear the first lanes. If they are going to invest that work into developing the longer white tee lines and another 9 holes, I will be very excited to return repeatedly.
Cons: At this point the course only plays from the red tees. This makes the holes relatively short overall and fairly easy. Adding white lines will really help. Some more permanent tee pads will help here also. Some of the holes get repetitive as the woods all have a similar look, but this will change as the course gets worn in more.
Other Thoughts: This is an excellent start, I can't wait to come back to see improvements as they come in. Here is a hole to hole review as it stands today.
1 - Medium length line into a pin protected by trees. There are two lanes cut into the basket that provide alternative routes to the basket.
You have to take a right from the number 1 pin together to basket 2. It can be a bit confusing.
2 - This is a longer tunnel short with a lazy right turning shape. The pin is tucked in sharp left at the end.
3 - This is a fun short straight ace race hole
4 - This is a neat, tight l shape. The disc flies straight for most of the hole, then should cut in hard left at the very end
Find the tee for 5 off to the right
5 - This is a fun short right turn with some water hazard potential. Probably one of the most scenic holes.
The number 6 tee requires you to walk back up the number 5 fairway.
6 - This is a short uphill with a small left turn to the pin at the end
Go back to the left to find 7
7 - This is a shorter tunnel shot with a big fallout into a gully on the right. Nice way to make a more risky green!
8 - This is a nice narrow s-bend right the. Left tunnel. This is one of the most imaginative holes in the course design.
Go left from the pin to find the tee for 9
9 - This is a longer open field throw. A good chance to finally rip an open driver.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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