Course is mostly open with a few trees and plays around the gorgeous University property and is playable and open to the public even during “school” hours. Arrows on the bottom each basket will point you to the next teeing area. Course was designed to blend in to landscape and have minimal visual impact on campus, so be prepared to pay attention to the map your first visit. Several tees take advantage of existing concrete and holes 11 and 13 share a tee pad. Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash at all times.
Concrete, Turf, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed Use, College/University
Drinking Water Available
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"Really nice course, a little confusing at first. Didn't get to finish, but from what I saw, there are a lot of water hazards, but disc loss risk can be easily mitigated even by beginners. "
"Beautiful course. Enough challenge to keep it interesting. A bit compact on the back 9. Go during school to ensure it’s fully maintained"
"Grass needs cut. "
"Really great course, very beautiful and challenging. However, a bit unkept with annoyingly tall grass"
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