I went to the lower michigan area for the weekend and played 2 courses...they were surprisingly...bad...
I'm now giving 1-10/10 rating for courses
First course I played was in Bridgman. It was a little 9 hill course that we could play and then get back on the road right? WRONG. This course was quite annoying for its design. Not very friendly to backhand players, so my father had the upper hand. On hole 2, I believe, there was a line of trees to the right of the teepad, so I had to turn the disc over hard. Then, we get to hole 3, that was ridiculous! Its 498 feet and to the left of it is a 10 foot tall fence marking off private property! So of course, as soon as my dad throws, the wind picks up and carries the disc right over the fence...Bye-bye champion beast =[. So, I skipped that hole as not to risk anything else. The rest of the holes were nice top beginners/young people like me :). 6/10
The next day, I played an 18 hole course in Kalamazoo,cool town name!
This course was Oshtemo park. It was an okay course you know, but not really beginner friendly, I still think I qualify as a beginner because I'm young and I'm not all that good yet. Anyways...there was lots of vandalism damage, especially to signs/tees/trashcans/etc. It was quite a hard course. What I would classify as a Pro course, especially since I was playing from the long tees :) There were 2 artificially raised baskets and that was pretty cool since I'd never played those before. The courses grass was poorly mowed, just really walked over, creating a health concern. At a certain point the grass was wet and my father slipped while throwing and most likely sprained or tore a muscle in his knee. Another downside to the course was it required extreme control, that I lack, and if you couldn't control your disc you ended up off the fairway in the brush...that happened often. 7/10 for this course.
I'm back in Indiana now, either today or tomorrow going to go buy a z-crush and new beast, and then play a new course in peru.