Camp Coker, a hunting preserve and campground located in Society Hill, South Carolina, was the site of the 5th round of the GNCC series. Unlike the last round in Steele Creek, the morning race turnout was much more manageable (less than 400 bikes), meaning that the lappers did not cause nearly as much trouble and there were no bottlenecks to speak of. Despite the inclusion of a mile-long single track section, the course was not very technical. Some soft spots got a little chewed out, but nothing really difficult or impassible. However, the race was no walk in the park – the dust was probably the worst it’s been all season, and when coupled with the occasional mist, visibility was a constant struggle.