ziggy wrote:played 3 years straight now..
what i can tell you
There's camping at KOA - across the street from Basil Griffin park (for am2)
maybe if u call them and mention disc golf - a discount? beats me.
I tend to stay at a hotel and chip in among springfield disc golf club
as for AM2 - i cant really help you except for basil griffin.
Front nine is woody and some water - need control.
Back nine is open, wide open - just winds to watch out for
if you're a 900 rated player, shud score around 50 - 54
Hobson - Short, technical. You think you cud shoot a 44 on a good day but you end up with somewhere between 52 and 56 cuz of the friggin trees
White - Imagine golf at st. andrews - you have open fields with slight hills and plenty of o.b. for sidewalks and 1 sandpit. LOOOONG course and windy.. very little trees - if your 300 footer is dead on and ur putts are true, you will score under, if you cannot harness the 300 footer, then ur screwed
Lovers - the easiest course in town. little trees, nice manicured grass. If you dont get under here - you are screwed. Why it's in the ADV division is beyond my scope (prolly cuz of the vicinity to keriakes)
Keriakes - imo, the best course - beautiful cedar trees defining the fairways - lefthander's paradise. I think it's also the host of the longest tournament ace??? with scott stokely nailing #11 i think. not sure about that one
if any qq - holler
jorr16 wrote:Thanks Ziggy! I was looking for something a little more indepth though. Has anyone played this Franklin course? I just wanted to see if there were things I should look out for or keep in mind as a first-timer at BG.
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