+1 votes Aaron Stone › March 3, 2012
This one is way back in a pine woods. A giant hill dominates the landscape, that you must play across. Crete pads & nice baskets, Alt. pins & pro tees. Right & left holes, a few blind drives. A lot elevation changes through-out, makes 4 a difficult course!
+0 votes Brian S › January 18, 2011
-1 votes Jesse Kettenhoven › February 9, 2011
A nice course..but my score was a different story.
+0 votes Edan Badajos › August 26, 2011
+0 votes Nick Jelich › May 8, 2012
Hard to give this course anything less than an A. I love courses that take place in the woods and provide a good challenge. The large hill at the beginning and end is a fun obstacle to deal with, and there is a good mix of everything here. You will likely be required to use all of your shot types and discs. Might as well, you paid for all of them.
+0 votes Kory Jenkins › May 12, 2012
Super hard, challenging, and well worth it!
+0 votes Jim Blanchat › July 31, 2012
+0 votes Thomas Hibbard › August 23, 2012
+0 votes Mark Olver › September 10, 2012
+0 votes Ben E › October 19, 2012
Home Course, love it. Best I've ever played (Token creek is a close 2nd)
+1 votes Bee Yang › March 4, 2013
Elver has a lot to offer in terms of elevation changes and tight wooded holes. There are two tee pads and two pin placements for most holes. This course is easy from the shorts but can punish bad shots. The long tees are more challenging and require accurate shot placements. Hole 18 from the longs is the signature hole and is very fun to throw. The hole is over 480 feet long downhill, but can be birdied because of the extreme elevation change.
+0 votes Erik L › March 8, 2013
+0 votes mike fagan › July 3, 2013
+0 votes Tim Kopacz › November 20, 2013
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