+1 votes Allen Thornhill › March 30, 2012
This course is beautiful! Like a nice hike through an old growth, evergreen forest. It has mostly short, heavily wooded holes. Some holes have a narrow throwing lane that you can see but some don't seem to have any real "lane", but a bunch of trees between you and the basket. Or maybe there is a lane half way there, but it goes away and you just have to hope and pray that you find a hole somewhere for the 2nd half. The underbrush is really thinned out so it's easy to find errant discs. The ...
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This course is beautiful! Like a nice hike through an old growth, evergreen forest. It has mostly short, heavily wooded holes. Some holes have a narrow throwing lane that you can see but some don't seem to have any real "lane", but a bunch of trees between you and the basket. Or maybe there is a lane half way there, but it goes away and you just have to hope and pray that you find a hole somewhere for the 2nd half. The underbrush is really thinned out so it's easy to find errant discs. There are plenty of benches, hanging posts and stumps to set bags on or sit. The signage is excellent, but couldn't find any indication of which pin placement was being used. It was turning out to be the long or B position on every one when I walked up to check, but then on #9 it was short, and then went back to long on the rest. Some of the holes were really close together, which probably isn't a huge deal with the density of the forest since something will probably knock the disc down before it gets too far, but it was tough to tell which basket was the right basket on a few holes. All in all a great course, easy to navigate through for a first-timer, and bathrooms on sight. Would love an opportunity to play this course some more.
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+0 votes Erick Illg › October 1, 2010
+0 votes Jeff Swank › October 25, 2010
+0 votes Jerhomey Knopp › March 20, 2011
Similar to Pier Park, a lot more trees, beautiful course!
+0 votes John Y › February 14, 2011
Becoming over played, has lots of waiting time when its nice out. They have done a lot to make this course into a get place to play.
+0 votes Tyler Williams › October 28, 2011
Very fun and challenging course. One of my first choices for the peninsula.
+0 votes Chris Allen › March 12, 2012
Mostly wooded course with clear fairways and minimal underbrush. Good mix of long and short holes.
+0 votes Jeff Nichols › May 27, 2012
Only played the Red Tees with ALL baskets in the Short Position, but Still a Kick in the Arse. Great course. Elevation, trees, lots of different lines, this course seemed to have a bit of Everything. Great Course, will play again.
+0 votes Doug Porter › January 26, 2013
Forest setting, ferns, maples, firs and plenty of elevation change. Bring your A game.
+0 votes Jon W. › May 11, 2013
Seems like the trees were very strategically left standing to block easy shots and to also capture the discs from, like, going over the fence, or only allow the straightest of straight throws from the tees. Really awesome. Lots of benches and places to sit at every tee.
+0 votes JOHN ADAMS › July 30, 2013
Great mix of long, short, tight, long bomb, up/downhill, right/left dog leg. On a very well marked and maintained course.
+0 votes Cain Olivarez › January 5, 2014
Sweet course. Great elevation changes. Only played once but will return as soon as possible. I like the posts that are placed to hold your bag so it doesn't have to be set on the wet ground.
+0 votes Mike Mayer › April 19, 2014
+0 votes Stu Jensen › May 24, 2014
Better signs would make this an A course. The pins were all in short, but the course is far from easy. There are multiple routes on many of the holes. Hole #16 is an uphill beauty. The overall course is a work out, but worth it. You can tell the locals take pride in it, but put all the work in the short tee-pads. The longs need some love.
+0 votes Mike Littlevil Buist › July 27, 2014
Solid technical course. Live how the baskets get moved.