Winds SW @ 8
This course was a bit difficult to find, but a review by DisCat13 on dgcoursereview.com was helpful. The instructions there were for those coming in the front door and I snuck in the back coming from Herington and taking some back roads. The key is to look for the two shelter houses close together because Tee 1 is sitting just east of the north one.
Once I got onto Tee 1 I had trouble spotting the first basket because there is no signage. When I looked down, there was a metal plate in the back of the cement tee pad with the par and an arrow pointing towards the hole. Since it was a par 4 I made the assumption it was a ways away and threw in the direction the arrow was pointing. Once I started walking my eyes found the basket. After that, I started looking for cement pads that took me around the perimeter of this area of the park. Although the tee pads were cement, they were short and I found myself starting off the back. This was an issue, because the ground was wet and it was muddy behind most tees.
I found this park has a lot of trees, but I wouldn't call it heavily wooded. There are plenty of chances to hit wood and go a totally different direction. There are also a lot of gravel ‘roads’ in this area. Since there are no rules posted anywhere, you’ll have to decide if you will consider them OB or not. Hole 2 takes you by a shelter house/grill and if there are people there, this hole will be difficult to complete. I had just finished hole 6 and when I looked back, a car had parked on a little road that happened to be in the middle of the fairway.
I would agree with others that it is fairly technical. I liked that on every tee I had think about where I was going to throw and what kind of throw I needed. There was always a path to be found, but sometimes the basket was hard to find. Check out the picture on my home page and see if you can find the basket! I kind of liked the finishing hole. It was a good distance, with fairway that narrowed a bit to get through, and then the basket was tucked back into the trees. For a RHBH thrower it meant an anhyzer to finish.
I enjoyed this course and wouldn't mind stopping by again. The temperature bumped up to 58 and the winds bumped up to around 15 and switched to the NW.
I updated this course in dgcoursereview.com and mapped the holes in the UDisc app.