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Bringing everybody back to reality
Pros: I would typically rate this a 3-3.5, but it is definitely not a 3.75 rated course. It is a good amateur/advanced level course, with open fairways and a few mature trees as obstacles. You double back a few times, and as it was very wet when we played, if it was dryer, perhaps the course plays better. It is a 4 on my ND scale, probably much quicker and easier than the reservoir (which I couldn't play), and it is protected from the wind by all of the trees. A few aceable holes, but also a few 200 footers where a deuce is a solid shot.
Cons: Too many holes between 220-250 feet. You get the feeling that each hole is the same as the previous one. You do play across the playground/by it towards the end, and you could run into little ones in your way. Also, it is extremely flooded now, so you may not choose to play the outlying holes, as some others playing behind us chose not to.
Other Thoughts: This looks like a nice setup in a nice park. It's easy to find, but the teepads are like 3'x3'. No, I'm not kidding. Some repetition on holes, but there are a few where most can open up to their full velocity. Beware of picnicers, beware of the swollen river, and play a round or two in a couple of hours, easy. The park seemed pretty busy for a Sunday afternoon in NoDak, it was great to see the Disc Golf love!
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