3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course has been getting more attention, and Straight Line Discs brings in a tournament a few times a year, the course gets some play time as well as a trimming usually before each tournament. Once you play through once, you understand and know where the tees and baskets are. This is an awesome course to me because it's not open, and you pay for your mistakes (my guess why its rated lower now, since most people don't like courses they can't throw straight at a basket in the middle of a field with no OB and no trees or creeks). They just installed nice new bathrooms right by basket #1 as well, so they are working out there.
Cons: Can get overgrown in the spring before it's cleaned up. Fate is a small town, so the park usually reflects that unfortunately.
I'll mention that the course doesn't dry well, but that's not much of a Con, that's more like...wait for it...nature.
Other Thoughts: This course needs more love for locals. It has potential. If more TD's would put on more gigs out here it'd get that love. I enjoy playing a few rounds out there, especially when Myers is crowded.
Snakes: Yes...why there are snakes in a natural habitat here. Not a reason to rate a course lower because of nature...ever played Lewisville? Kingdom of Cottonmouths.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
cedars - unique course
Pros: variety of holes.
lots of trees - challenging terrain-
the rough is "rough"
less traffic than Meyer
exciting and fun course
Cons: Has anyone in the history of playing this course gotten a birdie on hole 3? In my opinion it should be a par 4 along with a few other holes.
It can be confusing the first few times that you play where the next basket is at. numbers on the baskets would be nice.
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