Pros: -Holes vary in length which allows players of different arm strengths to succeed
-Seeing as it is on a ball golf course, the course is always well maintained
-Several holes utilize the ponds located on the course which makes some pretty memorable shots (Hole 6, 7, 11 to be specific)
-Course uses a decent amount of elevation
Cons: -The course uses rubber tee pads which work just fine unless it is/has been raining.
-A handful of the tee pads are uneven due to lumpy ground under the rubber mat. This does not seem to be a huge deal, but could potentially cause injury.
-Many of the water holes are very, very easy to lose discs on. Less experienced players may choose to skip out on them.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a very solid course that uses water in ways that many courses in this area do not. This is also one of the longer courses in the area, which is a good change of pace.
Not a huge fan of the pay to play, unless they blow me away, this course unfortunately does not.
I have both walked this course and rode a cart. The cart is much more enjoyable, but I'm not sure if it warrants it's $8 fee...
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