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Pros: Very fun course, with some tricky drives. It was hole 13 through all the pine trees, I found to be the trickiest. Pretty good signs (when they arent missing, or printed backwards) and easy to find your way.
Cons: Rubber pads on many holes need to be replaced. Some signs are upside down, or missing.
Other Thoughts: All in all thought the course was pretty fun. Not alot of trash people look like they take care of it pretty well. The water near hole 1 can be tricky (as was for a guy in my group). This course is also only like 10 minutes away from Deerfield park disc golf.
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Pros: A pretty good variety of game play on this course. It has everything from long straight shots to doglegs, into/over/through wooded areas, shorter technical holes, and a few blind shots. Considering the course is split in the middle by train tracks, it is laid out fairly well and keeps multiple groups separated even while playing at the same time.
The course itself is kept clean, going so far as to place garbage cans at each tee.
Cons: A few signs and tees towards the end are either ripped up or completely gone.
On the first visit to the course, even with the large map at hole 1, it is still a little difficult to discern where hole 4 is located.
Like the rest of the middle of Michigan, this course is pretty flat. Only a few holes in the middle of the back nine make use of the slight elevation changes.
Other Thoughts: A great location for a great course, just south of a college campus should provide hours of entertainment for students and all other residents of Mt. Pleasant. With the course laid out in town loops, it is easy to "just play" a half round by only playing around the pond. This technically makes for 11 holes, but who cares, its disc golf!
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