This course is fairly short if you play from the amateur tee pads, but the pro pads will challenge distance potential. A couple dogleg right holes that are blind from the tee pad can be difficult. There are also two holes that have water hazards, one in which the basket sits in front of the river and another that requires you to throw right along the river. These holes require you to play it safe or go for it, but realize that you probably won’t get your disc back if it winds up in the Cedar River! If you’re looking for a simple 9-hole course to play in the area, this is a fun one to check out.