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Open field discing
Pros: This course has adequate signage and great new Discatcher baskets. Navigation is logical.
This course has length to it for a 9 holer.
Holes 6-8 are the best holes here and offer the only trees to navigate around on the whole course.
Also there is a convenience store with a casino on site.
Cons: Short and narrow tee pads don't offer for a long run up, and that is needed on some holes because of the length. Wind will definitely be a factor here because this course is basically a huge field with 9 baskets. Summer time heat will be brutal here as well because there isn't a whole lot of shade to be found. Holes 1-5 & 9 are all pretty much the same, wide open with varying distances. This really gets boring after a while. Seems like deja vu in spots.
There are no other amenities here(other than the convenience store) so prepare accordingly.
No alternate pin placements to mix up the course either.
Other Thoughts: If you like a grip and rip style of course that will stretch out your arm and doesn't have many obstacles then you will love this course. If you want something with challenging lines then skip this one. This isn't a destination course by any means but if you want to bag another course or want to test out that new driver then you might want to play this course.
Overall this course is just too repetitive for my liking and didn't offer much in the way of variety. If they were to plant some trees on holes 1-5 & 9 it would make this course a little better in my opinion.
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