Originally Posted by cefire
When you talk about "dangerous" courses, is it just the general neighborhood or some feature of the course that makes it dangerous?
In regards to Dabney it is the course lay-out that is dangerous as opposed to the neighborhood, since there really is no neighborhood surrounding it.
It's a great course, but if you get a lot of people packed in there I can see where the danger level comes into play with a few fairways right next to one another and some blind tee shots. An errant disc could easily do some damage to some unexpecting golfers throwing or walking in the opposite direction.
At least that's my take on it, but I have only played 2 rounds out there.