0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Enjoyable elevation changes and it seemed like a long course to me. Lots of nice trees along the way.
Cons: When I played the conditions were not the best, it had snowed a week before and it was pretty muddy. LOTS of broken glass everywhere and graffiti on some of the markers.
Other Thoughts: Like any of the courses I have played, it's too bad that there are people who want to mar or destroy something so many of us enjoy.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Trunks and Traffic
Pros: This course sits in a city park that has the feel of a mountain course. There is a lot of challenge with some holes that vary greatly in length. There are good signs at every tee that even point you towards the next tee. Most holes force you to throuw through a very tight space and sometimes you will make it through unbelieveably so. The trees also provide a nice way to keep the wind down.
Cons: This course seemed to be very busy. It was also very difficult for a first time player to navigate. Even with the signs I spent upward of 20 minutes looking for at least one tee. There is one main walking path that goes right through at least one hole and on many others you may have to wait for pedestrians. Some holes were hard to figure out locations on even with a map as trees on the map did not seem to corrolate to what was actually there.
Other Thoughts: I was lucky and ended up playing right through a couple of groups who were in the middle of league play, including being there to witness an ace. I would reccomend having a map on this course. It is enjoyable to play but there was nothing really that blew me away about this course.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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