+0 votes Josh Peterson › August 19, 2013
+0 votes Ron Wiggins › May 28, 2013
For a open course it finds the tree's well. You can't just use a hizer wich makes you work the sidearm or anhizer. Good practice for that. Good use of elevation as well. Hole #5 is one of my favorites and hole #8 is just fun for the grip and rip! Pics to come soon
+1 votes Michael B › May 10, 2012
I like this course better than Dry creek because it is shorter and more aimed towards beginners like me.
+2 votes Zach Meeker › June 23, 2011
Cement tee pads and a couple of bridges would make this a sweet 9er course!