3 Helpful / 1 Not
Great course set alongside the lake!
-Well maintained course that plays along the lake
-Baskets are surrounded by beautiful oak groves, makes for challenging but fun approaches/putts
-Comfortable benches at some holes
-Fairways are in great shape and the course as a whole is wide open and has just enough tree coverage to make shots interesting.
-Good course for beginners, but should keep advanced players interested.
Cons: -Not a true 18 hole course as it has only 9 baskets and two sets of tee boxes to make 18.
-Course is set in a private park, but residents and security really don't seem to care if outsiders are disc golfing. Parking is limited and course is hard to find.
-The only holes that are not marked are holes 5 and 17. The front 9 tee boxes are marked by a small wooden stump with the hole #. The back 9 tee boxes are marked with a stone that has the hole # on it as well.
-Baskets are the plain silver ones that have some extra chains, but no yellow band.
-Most of the baskets are directly in front of the tee boxes and are require straight shots. It's nice to have a dog leg right or left every once in a while and this course doesn't offer any. Having said that, it's a great design for the lay of the land.
Overall this is an outstanding course that I'm looking forward to playing again. Being set alongside the lake is obviously the best feature of this course, but it's true brilliance is the perfect combination of tree coverage and open fairways. The rolling meadows and well groomed terrain make this course top notch. Catch a round in the evening while the sun sets over the lake, jump in to cool off.
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