Crab Orchard, WV 
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Uploaded By: sidewinder22 Hole #9 (Taken 7/2018)
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New Course Hopefully Ages like Fine Wine

1    7/19/2018   8/9/2018
Review By: sidewinder22
Played: 215  Reviewed: 195  Exp: 12.2 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 9 holes with 3 turf tees and a single Veteran basket position. Tee sign by white tee. The different tees can vary the hole a good bit and 3 of the blue tees turn the hole into a legit par 4. Great mix of types of holes.

Course plays through a beautiful hilly tract of land with a nice variety of wooded and open terrain. Holes vary from mostly wooded, to mostly open, and from the woods to the open and vice versa. Navigation is fairly easy and quick to play. Course was spectacularly maintained like a ball golf course.

Favorite holes... hole 4 from the white tee a downhill tunnel, hole 5 from the blue tee multi-shot tunnel, and hole 7 from the white tee big open downhill bomb were my favorites.

Free to play. Vineyard with bar and shop and restrooms. Nice pavilion with more restrooms by course. Pretty pond and property in general.
Cons: The turf tees are really the only con. They are short, lumpy and terrible. Better off teeing off from the natural ground nearby the tees. Some of the fairways are still a little rough on the ground from the excavator. Tee signs on all tees would help. I accidentally threw to basket 9 from hole 2 blue tee.

Personal design preference, I'd move basket 6 up top the hill to where blue tee 7 is, and move blue tee 7 over to the other side of the trees for an unobstructed view of the basket and force a straighter shot. I much preferred the white tee on 7.
Other Thoughts: I heard say about this becoming an 18 hole course. I'd love to see that. Given the property terrain and first 9 holes, this could become a destination course if the back 9 is of similar caliber to the front 9 and upgraded the tees. I found it funny the owner hates ball golf and is why he bought the old ball golf course to make it into a disc golf course.

Overall Twin Oaks Disc Golf Course @ Daniel Vineyards is already a great new course as is and would anticipate it only getting better as it ages like fine wine. Highly recommend to anyone to play here if anywhere nearby.

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