Over the weekend I played on a new course for a tournament. The property was lovely. It had water, elevation, mature trees and plenty of space. There were many tight, technical shots but not a single dumb hole. The tee pads sucked but this is totally forgivable on a new course. Many players mentioned how much they loved the course.
The course was righty hyzer dominant: a not uncommon condition in courses everywhere.
Hyzer dominant courses are the fast food of disc golf. They may be popular but they are an evil treat because they don't force players to learn the hardest shots. A course which has too many righty hyzer shots is not even worthy of a "fast food" label. It turns into a non-stop TWINKIE DIET. It builds no muscle.
Great courses build great players. Weak courses don't. Course designers do no favor to the players when they build hyzer courses.
Eat nothing but Twinkies for the next year and tell me how you feel.