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Pros: Surprisingly Challenging, Tunnels & Turns, Well Maintained, multiple tee boxes both work to separate hard core throwers from lesser experienced but also awesome for doubling threw to play 18.
Cons: Can't think of any cons there. It's a newer course that they keep improving.
Other Thoughts: I enjoy the way the B (green) tee pads parallel the A (blacks) tees so I have the option of playing agressive to beat my scores & remain along side my kids if they want a calmer approach. Nice year round hike without too much climbing. All around great experience
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Challenging 9 holer
Pros: Great new 9 hole course opened in July 2016. Challenging holes that reward finesse over power. Good signage. Two tee boxes/hole (Pro-black and Novice-green) offer a full 18 holes. Nice baskets with inner-chains. Mostly wooded. Great terrain and features.
Cons: Still needs some minor selective thinning and pruning.
Other Thoughts: This course was built in short order and it's a good one. Great for honing skills and accuracy with driver, mid-range and putter. VT craft beers on tap all over town (Pizza Stone, Stone Hearth, MacLaomainn's, Fullerton, etc.) for apres-disc thirst quenching!
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Nice country 9 hole.
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Pros: Another beautiful 9 hole. It is classic New England with elevation and tight lanes that reward finesse and planning over power. Nice tees.
Cons: Its a new course and could use another cut in places and more pole sawing. But I am sure that will come.
Other Thoughts: Fun destination course as part of a day trip. Make part of VT disc golf trip. Make sure to hit up the Pizza Stone while in town!!
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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