First 9 are easy to find!
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Pros: Elevation up & down hills adds challenge to the front 9 that range between 156 feet and 255 feet.
Cons: Could not find the supposed 3 sets of tees, other than one longer tee for hole #3 which was spray painted on a tree.
Found pink flags in two places which were most likely the tees for hole 10, could not find any other tees for the back 9 although many baskets were visible.
Other Thoughts: This course seems to be in the middle of adding a back 9 but unless you can find a local familiar with the flow it is best considered a 9 hole course until tee signs & markers are added. I moved on after playing the first 9, versus making up my own tees for the back 9.
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Threading the needle
Pros: It's a short, fun course. 9 holes and all are par 3. A couple of blind holes and lots of narrow lanes. Since you are in the woods there is 90% shade. The amount of trees to avoid make for a nice challenge to the par 3 holes for pros.
Cons: Beginners will find the amount of trees challenging and frustrating. There are no wide open lanes to throw big sweeping shots in either direction.
The red tees (amateur) are next to the tee sign, but some of the yellow (pro) and blue (kids) tees are hard to locate. I assume vandals may have dug them up.
Other Thoughts: The Tee Marker Signs are at the red tees.
A mixture of slight uphill and downhill shots. Probably no more than 10 feet in difference between most tees and holes, but there are some dry ditches to cross. Only 2 of the 9 have the hole and tee on the same elevation. As of this date, it's the only course within 30 miles.
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