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Another Random Hypothetical Question - What type of course do you prefer to play? Wooded, Open, Mixture, Hilly, Flat, Etc...

My home course is heavily wooded with some open holes which are like a whole other world from the wooded part. The woods are so dense that there is practically no wind inside even if there are 30 mph gusts on the open holes. I like the natural obstacles but I dont like the fact that I live near the coastal plains so the entire course is flat. There are no up hill or downhill shots. This is nice in a way but it takes another factor of challenge out of the game. The real challenge of this course is the fact that in the woods there is no room for error. If you throw off the fairway then you are in briers so thick and deep that you probably wont find your disc, especially in spring and summer. What kind of course do you prefer or typically play? I prefer wooded courses with long holes, and short holes with a lot of obstacles.

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if its going to be wooded i want open non-random fairways, they can be tight but maybe bend like hudson mills type woods. no one million trees in the middle and have to go crazy style just to sneak by.
long and open with something to frame a shot, and punishment for a bad shot like water and ob is the best.
One with Golf Carts !!!!
A course with the perfect balance of all the usual and unusual elements would be IDEAL.
I like wooden courses best, because it suites my game more than long open holes. water and hills are good too

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