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Hope this course can become permanent
Pros: Great layout.
OBs are all fair and keep the course interesting. Most of the holes present some sort of risk/reward situation whether it is off the tees or near the green.
Good mix of bomber holes and technical, though a little more on the bomber side. Also a good mix of right to left and left to right holes.
Simple navigation with map (media/files tab)
Ball golfers, cart guys and pro shop were all friendly.
Cons: Lacks major elevation changes, though the course definitely squeezes all that it can out of what hills there are.
No defined teepads, footing was never an issue. Most of the tee pads were on grass and a few on dirt. All were flat.
Other Thoughts: This was my first time playing disc golf on a ball golf course. In the past I had been concerned about getting in the ball golfer's way but my group only ran into golfers 2 or 3 times, both times they passed by pretty quickly.
There are also 5 extra holes (A,B,C,D, and E) set up, but I didn't get the chance to make it back there.
In my opinion, if this became permanent it would definitely be the best course in the area- including Mt. Charleston. I am not a local but spend close to a month here a year, I would love if this is still around in the summer!
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