Long grass is the worst bit
A 9-hole course with 3 sets of tees and 2 sets of pins per hole allowing for various layouts to be played at once. There are plans to turn the course into 18-holes, but we are still awaiting that possibility. Very wooded course that is much more enjoyable in the spring and fall months as the course can get a bit rough during the summer months. Some years they maintain it better than others. The tee pads will be improved when 18-holes gets approved. Until then, the course uses the old cricket mat and they are decent for the most part. Course was originally designed to be used for Pro Worlds 2015 but issues arrived and the project stalled at 9-holes. We hope to finally complete the course in the next few years.
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
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Proper wooded course. Nice hole layouts. Can get a little boggy in flat areas. Looking forward to back 9 addition.
My favorite 9 hole course. There are a lot of things to like about this one. Two sets of baskets, with numbering to differentiate.. 3 tees on each hole. Nice forest. Great signage for direction. It will absolutely challenge your shot selection. The tees could definitely use some work. Maybe a few too many dog legs, but they made best use of the land that they had. I play here often for a reason.
Would be a perfect 5 but the tee pads are a joke.
Challenging, variety of shots, good amount of hills/trees but not too many. Automatic 5 stars once it gets concrete tee pads instead of turf/old carpeting.
Squirrelly Discs4.6 mi
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