+0 votes Steve Hardyman › June 30, 2014
Takes a great variety of shots to get through the first twelve holes. The last 8 are good as long as they are mowed as well as they were for the tournament, if not mowed you will spend a lot of time searching for discs in the long grass. Need to trim the trees on the 4c position to open up a putting area on at least one side of the basket and I would prefer to not have the fake painted river through the course that you cannot see from the tees. Overall a very fun course.
+0 votes Tom Jacobs › January 28, 2014
20 holes. Front has many trees and an excellent layout. Some elevation. The back 11 include tubes, mounds and long open fairways with elevation changes.
+0 votes J McKinney › August 31, 2014
This course has a little for everyone. There are short technical holes, wide open distance holes, and challenges that fall in between. Rec players seem to stay on the short technical front nine while avoiding the longer back eleven. This 20 hole course can be good to you or eat your lunch with the out of bounds areas and wind conditions, but it is a great course for everyone.
+0 votes Mark Klewicki › July 4, 2014
This course has got just about everything.Tunnel shots, uphill, downhill, mandos, trees and over a valley of thorn bushes. A great mixture of shots. A very fun and challenging course that I would highly recommend to everybody of all levels of play. I would agree with Steve on the fake river comment as that is the only downer. Other than that I say get out there and give this awesome course a try.
+0 votes jeff Balthazore › September 7, 2016
For never playing till this summer really have enjoyed this course not saying much since I've only played 1 other course but still the front 9 is challenging with tree's and ob but the back 11 very open easy to get in trouble with the Wyoming wind.