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Took almost a whole week off, just played two rounds during that time.

Ft. Wayne, IN: Shoaff-
Very recreational course, short with no rough and no hazards besides one park road. Mix of mature shade trees and newer planted saplings. Fun and well designed, it provides no real challenger, most holes are open enough to throw any which way. Good roller grass. Cement tees, signs and maps w/ scorecards make it nice. Great for what it is.

Ft. Wayne (New Haven), IN: Moser-The rough on most holes has grown in to become the fairway, literally have to walk a thin trail line to the basket to stay out of knee high ivy and thorns, easy to lose a disc. Dirt tees were slick mud in the rain. Has some water hazards, one along a 'cliff' to the left of a short tight hole. The next hole has a train track just off the fairway, and a train went by 30' from me as I played the hole. That could be dangerous/annoying when trying to play. I'd skip this course in spring or summer-it's too rough and not worth it with other courses nearby.

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Comment by John on June 23, 2008 at 6:08pm
did you play East Swinney Park and west swinney on the other side of town ?
i played it once and couldnt figure out where to go it was pretty crappy
Comment by John on June 22, 2008 at 6:13pm
i like new haven sure it's rough around the edges but it's also a newer course and the fairways will clear out in time

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