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Pros: -This is a great 20 hole putter course at the start of the famous Beaver Ranch DGC.
-A great course to warm up on before tackling Beaver proper.
-The baskets are all numbered, and they all catch extremely well.
-The tee signs are very well done with a photograph of every hole as well as the distance.
-The shots are all very different form one another. There are "longer" (130 foot) open shots and tight, more technical tree holes.
-This course in included on the Beaver Ranch course fee.
-A great place for beginners to learn the game, build confidence, and have a great time in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
-85% of the shots are challenging because of trees or elevation changes. Its like playing disc golf mini golf.
-This in never crowded, and it a very peaceful experience.
-It take a very shot amount time to play, taking me as a single around 35 minuets.
-You get the benefits of a fully functional Pro shop with the course where you can get discs and food.
-The final hole puts you right at the tee for hole 1 of Braver Ranch course.
Cons: -The tees are dirt, and not long at all, however there is absolutely no teed for a run up on these holes anyway.
-Holes 2,3,6 are slightly in the way as they cross over the path to the that connects the parking lot to the pro shop and the other course.
-Basket 2 is located in the Prime "hangout" area or "Tourney central" and it is often used as a practice basket.
-In the summer the grass in the holes 4,5,8,9,10 can get tall and you can lose a putter in the willows.
-A few of the baskets have started to lean (18,19,20).
*KEEP IN MIND THESE ARE ALL MINOR THINGS AND THERE ARE NO MAJOR ISSUES WITH THIS COURSE*
Other Thoughts: This course is amazing for what it was built for. As long as you are not expecting a challenging mountain course you will have a great time here (The challenging mountain course is the main attraction of this property). One of the better ways of describing this is saying that there is 20 practice baskets, instead of one or two. This course had been thrown in the shadow Beaver Ranch but if you have some extra time before of after your round I would highly suggest playing it. It represents the beauty of the mountains and the spirit of Destination discs.
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