Cortland, OH 
Outflow @ Mosquito DGC Share
Uploaded By: prerube Hole #4 (Taken 6/2013)
5 / 840ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee

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5+    5/13/2016   5/15/2016
Review By: TheJet4
Played: 23  Reviewed: 6  Exp: 2.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Long holes with a variety of open/wooded and up/down shots
-Rarely busy
-Good baskets, hold well

Cons: -Walk between 3-4 and 9-10 is a bit annoying
-Fairway for hole 4 is slanted sideways
-A few blind shots
-Thick brush off the fairways
-Tees signs are horrible, low quality pictures
Other Thoughts: Hated the course the first time I played it, which was about a month into my career. Just about every hole was unreachable. After I developed my drive, however, it has grown to become one of my favorites in the area. Challenging course, but well designed and fun to play.

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1    6/23/2013   6/23/2013
Review By: jhilton
Played: 55  Reviewed: 17  Exp: 6.3 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Excellent use of land
- Variety of shots (long, short, left, right, straight)
- 10 holes close to an excellent 12 holes makes for a great destination set of courses
- Pars are very fair and challenging
- Excellent tee posts that will hold your bags for you
Cons: - Poison Ivy
- Still some brush to clear
- Hole maps available near hole 5, which can be confusing when tee off from hole 1
Other Thoughts: For a course that just went in this year, the folks working on this one have done an excellent job. Real thought has gone into each line and some very creative hallways and mixed open and tight space throwing really makes this course fun. The designers weren't afraid to create lines that would be a challenge to craft and they appear to really have put in a lot of labor to make the lines appear. A few holes still need some clearing (hole 6, the finish branches of hole 8, the final entrance branches into hole 9), but overall the course plays really well and really compliments the Squirrel Run course across the way.

For those of you trying to find your way around without a map, hole 1, 2, 3 are pretty easily found. When you play hole 4, keep playing along the dam (we accidentally first played to the basket for 6, which is the one you can see in the trees off to the right from the number 4 tee). After playing to the correct basket for hole 4 holes, hole 5 will be obvious. For hole 6 you are playing down the ditch and then turning right into a corridor in the woods. Following this hole, you will be driving up the obvious lane in the woods back toward the ranger station, then 8 is a nice ace race tunnel in the pines behind you. 9 goes down through the open space, then makes a sharp left into the woods down by the stream. To get to hole 10, you need walk back around the water outflow and up along the road going back to the cars and you will see it on your left.

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