A new course was officially launched at Raystown Lake on April 14th. Seven Points Ravine 18 is a heavily wooded course with tight lines and tricky upshots. Scott Graham, Ryan Bennett, and a large supporting cast have done a great job carving out fairways in beautiful Raystown Lake park. The facility is first class in terms of access, parking, restrooms, and such. Ravine 18 matches that with brand new Dynamic Discs Veteran baskets and both Blue and White concrete tee pads. There is also Seven Points Pine 9, a more open beginner friendly course.
The Udisc rating is already over 4.0 which will only improve as the landscape grows in around the new layout. This will certainly become a go to course in Central Pennsylvania and a good complement to other high end courses like Harvest Fields and Faylor Lake.
Cohen and I had a great time competing in the Raystown Open. Special shout out for the tournament pack which included your choice of premium plastic disc (that's my Maverick), mini, grip bag, towel, and a bunch of other stuff. We look forward to heading back soon!