I love them all. I have a route to each and every one of them (ok, except 7f). If I had to pick a favorite, it would have to be 15's pyramid. I've seen people take 7's and 8's on it in tournaments, so i've seen the elevated basket dish out it's fair share of brutality. I have also seen it aced many times and have aced it twice myself. But all of them present something different, it's not like a course where you throw the same shot over and over.
I like hole 5. About a year ago, I could barely make it to the first set of trees. Now I can reach the ravine. The winds make a big diference in the flight so disc selection is important. Too bad the side arm route is so difficult. :)
I play Morley every time I'm in San Diego ( which unfortunately has been awhile ). The hole that I remember most is the one with the elevated T-pad where you throw downhill and the basket is behind these 2 really tall palm trees.
Hole #5 D position, 419 feet and just made for a crushing RH backhand drive. I aced it with a KC Pro Eagle on the fly playing with Jeff Bowles and Krash. I also like emptying my bag on #11 A and #16 B.
hole 17 in the d position,that was my first ace.the basket is behind the group of trees,go the ace with a sidearm shot and lots of people playing ,we were playing the sat 5 doubles.so with the ace came the extra reward of 5 dollars from everyone for the ace it was a great day.
For me it would be hole 16. short, in front position. I like the elevated pad, watching people on pad 19 stop-drop-and roll, and a great chance of getting my first ace at Morley. My second choice would be hole #11 (for the view only).
Even though I have a couple aces and near aces on other holes, I've always liked 4 when it is on the edge of the valley. It seems like such an easy birdie oppportunity but so many people bogey that it throws them off their game.