Pros: Well marked tees and good tee signs
Tee boxes are gravel, but good footing
Bright yellow baskets easy to see
Cons: Homemade baskets, don't catch the best
No hole numbers on baskets
Too close to the road on a couple of holes and gravel
Other Thoughts: Nice range of long and short holes
Great course to just practice
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Pros: This course is very easy, and for someone who might want to practice their mid-range game or short game, you will get a lot of practice. There are some elevation changes which makes the course at least a little challenging. There are maybe 3 holes that you will need a driver...maybe. You don't have a high chance of losing your disc, that is for sure.
Cons: This course is small, in a field next to a road and really not well constructed. The tee's are really difficult to find because they are just grass with a square set of 4 2x4's (maybe about 10 ft to a side) laid out around the tee. The grass is long so that doesn't help you find the tee's. The baskets are not all regulation height; some are very low to the ground. There also aren't any signs to mark the hole number or the par, just the 2x4's and a pole.
Other Thoughts: This is right next to a campground and also near a big water park. It definitely is not the course you want to play if you are in the area (play Exchange instead). However, it has a couple of decent holes and offers the chance to get some practice on your short game. I suspect there might be some improvements on the tee's and maybe the baskets, but this course is limited on space.
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