Pros: Beautiful scenery. clean course. nice tee signs
Cons: too short-only 9 holes
Other Thoughts: This is a great little course that is slightly out of the way but worth it if you're relatively close. It has some gorgeous scenery around it that just make it a great course to play. No tee pads isn't that big a deal since the tee signs are easy to see and are all on mostly flat ground. Only complaint is that it isn't closer and that it is only 9 holes.
Pros: -Good variety in shots.
-Rolling hills throughout. No steep up/down shots, but no completely flat shots.
-Trees are sparse, but placed just right to make somewhat challenging.
-While the tees are just grass, they're all flat with enough room for a run-up.
-Good hole length ranging from 200 to 400.
Cons: -Only 9 holes.
-In the middle of nowhere.
Other Thoughts: I was proudly the first person to ever play this course. It's really not a bad 9 hole course on the grounds of a camp center. After checking in at the office, the retreat center is about a quarter of a mile down the road. Be careful on Hole #1. There's a pond just to the right of the basket that you can't see from the tee. I know it's kind of far from any cities/interstates, but this is one of the better 9 holes I've played.
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