+1 votes Craig Prime › October 17, 2011
Old School pole course with grass tee pads, handmade signs and 12 years of love from the designer and builder Ron Peludat. The City Of AuGres owns the property and is VERY receptive to advancing the course as interest becomes more obvious. The improvements from Spring of 2011 to Fall of 2011 has been tremendous and only promises to continue. Some holes can be wet in the spring.
+1 votes Andrew Boyle › September 3, 2012
very interesting. have never been to a course that has poles instead of baskets. most of you were right about the sweet noise that the hollow poles make. got my first ace here so i thought it was pretty sweet. good mix of long and short holes. not much variation in right or left, in other words a lot of straight away holes. got lost going from hole 12 to 13. was kinda confusing. overall i enjoyed myself. it was nice to get to a course away from the normals i usually go to
+1 votes Jakkob Lammi › September 16, 2012
Great course lots of cool looks, really tight greens need some trimming. Really needs a sign at the turn around so you know your at the course. Also some some signs to show what way you go to the next pad. Flags on the poles would be cool to help find them too. Good time though!
+0 votes Chris Evans › November 24, 2012
A lot of potential for this course, I love the old school poles, but this course would highly benefit from some baskets and concrete tee pads. Lots of space to correct mistakes, but also some fun technical holes.