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Played on April 9, 2015.  18 holes.

After playing South Beach,  Wilder was a welcomed challenge.  And after I played the first few holes, I was thinking, “This place is great!”  But then it slowly occurred to me:  Every hole was the same.  You throw over a very steep ravine, make your way down into the ravine then back up the other side, find your disc (if you’re lucky), and then throw back across the ravine.  Times 18.

Don’t get me wrong:  There are some fantastic holes that would be signature shots on any course.  But the same thing over and over, even if it is good, gets old.  By the time I got to the last few holes... I mean, why bother?  Especially since the car was right there.  The course had great signage and flowed logically.  But guys, one word:  Variety.

Directions:  From South Beach State Park (which it is very close to), go back out to 101 and head back north.  In no more than a few miles, take a right on 40th.  40th turns into Harborton St.  The course is on your left.