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variety of shots
Pros: A nice variety of holes to provide a challenge for most players but still shoot well.
Cons: The first hole can be flooded after rain and mosquitos will swarm throughout the year. It would also be great to have some trees cut back on some holes because they are quite tight shots.
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Pros: Wide variety of shots required.
Easy to follow.
Cons: Very small tee pads.
No par or distance signs.
Punishing rough on some of the woods holes.
Other Thoughts: I enjoyed playing here but this course kicked my rear end. I will definitely try it again. Grouping this course with the two at nearby Lake DeGray would make for a great weekend.
This course is hard to describe because it seems like about three different courses in one. There are some beautiful holes around a lake, some DIFFICULT holes in the woods, and then some boring, filler holes that seem to serve no purpose other than to transport you across the park.
Holes 1-4 take you from the parking area across a field and around a parking lot...these are a good warmup, but are kind of forgettable in my opinion.
Holes 5-6 are challenging, technical holes through the woods that will require precise shaping.
Hole 7 is a tight shot between a creek and a road. It is the first long hole that will punish any shot not right on target.
Holes 8-10 go around a small lake. They all three offer about a 150 foot water carry or give you a bailout route. These are what I would consider the "signature" holes. Very pretty scenery with large pine trees all around.
Holes 11-14 take you back into the woods for some tight, twisted tunnels that are about 20 feet wide and have briars and thorn bushes lining the whole way. If your shot goes offline be prepared to either lose a disc or lose a lot of blood retrieving it.
Hole 15 takes a long, straight tunnel shot to a landing area. From there it is a 90 degree left turn with another long shot over a couple of roads to the basket.
Hole 16-18 are VERY forgettable holes that curve left around the outfield of some baseball fields. They only exist to get you back to the car.
Overall a good experience but I would recommend downloading the scorecard info from this site. There are no signs for par or distance and I had to do some recon ona couple of holes to know where I was going.
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