5 Helpful / 0 Not
Holy Rocks is right
Pros: Marked really well for a private course
Wide variety of types of holes
Loops back so you can refresh after 9 holes
Cons: It's part of the course, but it is very rocky, not friendly to softer plastic for sure.
Other Thoughts: Private course that is open to play if you call Scot to get permission. Hole one starts near where the driveway splits. One of the more open holes on the course, long downhill shot. Then you go into the tree's for a few tight fairways.
The course does go across the property and back so it mixes up the heavy wooded area with areas that are more open.
Best part about this course, with permission, there is another course next door :P
Would I play here again? Yes, this course is fun to play and the owner is a good guy. I did mark the course as difficult to use a cart on, I dragged mine, but it was not easy, it will bounce around almost every hole.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Holy Rocks DGC
Pros: 18 baskets set up for 27 unique holes. All very technical holes. Narrow lanes, lots of OB, rocky but grass well maintained. Hard to loose a disc. Course requires multiple different style shots. 4 very aceable holes. Handles rain well but tee pads get sloppy. Most holes allow for multiple different types of shots.
Cons: Dirt tees, some kind of rocky, pads still needs some development. Trees not that tall so course is very thumber friendly, but most holes have viable backhand shots. Course is rocky and is cart accessible but not really cart friendly. Best to carry your discs.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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