Wow, so enjoyable!
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: UNIQUE!!! Many benches and bag tree's. Availability to pet miniature ponies! Clearly marked baskets with signage and interesting tschatskies (spelling?) at many tee boxes (A 'jackelope' comes to mind :) ) Staircases, ladders and disc retriever poles where the need might arise. Many baskets can be seen from the tee and all others can be viewed by going up the fairway a little way.
Cons: To me there really are no cons as it's fun, has character galore and has more tee/signage amenities than any other local course...and pretty much anywhere else. Having so stated, for 'sticklers' the baskets aren't uniform in make, no, ahem, toilet availability (but a zillion trees though...), and pro's don't even need to bring anything above a mid-range as there aren't but a couple of holes +300.
Other Thoughts: As a privately funded/designed/built course one would expect the 'cons' listed above; and, to somebody who actually loves the sport of disc golf, these same 'quirks' are the 'character' which makes a course unique and fun! Because there are so many 'short' holes (<250) it's excellent for new players as they can see what they are throwing at; and for more advanced players it is an opportunity to experiment with differing throwing styles and working on technique. Make no mistake, if a tee shot isn't 'clean' it would be real easy to shoot a high score; however, when patient, shooting scratch or lower is also very doable.
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