Respect to Borderland State Park

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Respect to Borderland State Park

Postby Craig Smolin » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:12 am

Seriously, this is one of the few disc golf courses that I've played that could be considered a "real golf course"

No two holes are alike, it makes you throw every type of shot that you can think of, four distinct layouts, and even the short white-white course is one of the most technical short par 54 layouts I've ever seen.

Tushar - you don't know how lucky you are to get to play there locally. I love my Cranbury, and compared to the fairways at Cranbury, B'Land is wide open, but it is in no way forgiving. Just a hell of a course.

The best comparison that I can make to it is that it is on par with Tyler State in Newtown, PA and Warwick, NY. And I actually like it better than Maple Hill.
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