8 Helpful / 0 Not
Good for a laugh
Pros: There are 9 holes with baskets.
To be kind- this is a unique course: obstacles include a garden, pick up truck, fire truck, RV's, a green house, volleyball net, playground equipment, etc. (seriously, Swatso is not making things up!!!)
Cons: This course is kind of a joke. Compare mini-golf to golf, and you could almost make the same comparison of this course to all other disc golf courses. The holes are all short. Navigation can be tricky, we criss-crossed playing 4 and 6 by accident. You can get a course map (and should), but it is basically a hand-drawn rough draft. It costs $1 to play the course, too.
Other Thoughts: I debated between giving it a 1.0 or a 0.5, but it is better than the courses I have rated 0.5 because there are 9 baskets and it is playable, and because we had a good time laughing at how ridiculous this course is.
My lasting memory will be my friend landing his drive into the greenhouse (it was just being built and most windows were not installed yet.) We of course made him play his approach from inside the greenhouse and he made an amazing sidearm approach through one of the glassless squares!!! See picture for hole #8.
I agree 100% with everything swatso said about this course in the previous review.
I would not recommend playing this course. It is not near anything and not worth the drive.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
18 Helpful / 0 Not
Only If Desperate For A Fix
Tee 1/Basket 9 start/end near office.
Discs, food/drink, bathroom on site.
Baskets in poor condition, single-chain, difficult to see, not numbered.
Tee "pits" about 3'x6' filled with small stones, very unevenly.
Course map has tees shown as numbers in a square, but it also shows buildings as numbers in squares - very confusing. Holes 2 and 5 not on map.
Course has you throwing over/near: gardens, orchards, driveways, RVs, cabins, playgrounds, volleyball net, pavilion, greenhouse, gazeebo, parking lot, and a fire truck.
Cross-fire potential: if some players teed-off from all the holes at the same time, you'd think war had broken out! :-O Player at tee #2 would likely be a casualty, tee #8 would be the safest.
$1 to play.
Owners commented they might expand the course to 18 holes by clearing some of their wooded slopes.
Longest hole (#1) I'd guess to be about 300', shortest (#6) under 100'.
18 of 18 people found this review helpful.
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