Pros: Unique elevation challenges
Ok navigation with supplied online map
Hole 3 was my favorite
Cons: Layout could use some adjustments I think
Lot of "open" play, not to many obstacles for technical play
Other Thoughts: Not a bad play, don't think I put it in my regular rotation. But will come back for at least one more go
New Course in Progress
Pros: Fairly easy to navigate. On line map is a plus. Several elevation holes- 3, 5, 6, 7.
Unique hole concept- no baskets; tire in the ground, flagged like regular golf. Very visible radius in ground around hole.
Cons: Not a lot of obstacles. Hole 1 had piled up cut tree limbs on both sides of fairway. Holes 2 and 3 use existing sports fencing to throw over or around. All straight throws after that. Not long, only a couple holes can you bomb your drive.
No signage, natural grass tees. (I am a concrete pad snob- older player, need all the help I can get!!)
Other Thoughts: Not sure what direction the school plans on going with the course as it cuts across existing ball fields. Enjoyed the time out. Would like to see it same time next year.
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