Aaron Hatfield, James Nichols
Moderately Hilly & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 4 ) / 18Holes / Baskets:
4728 ft. – 5833 ft.Course Length: Metric
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach 5Hole Type:
No Pets Private
Description: This course is in a private park for Lexmark employees, their families, and guests. If you know someone that works at Lexmark, make plans to play.
The front 9 was established in 1997, completely redesigned in late 2008, and updated in early 2011. Elevation changes, a creek, and OBs make things interesting. Hole 7 is the signature hole on the front 9... a massively downhill, tucked pin position, dense honeysuckle, beast of a hole. Overall, the front 9 is more open than the back 9 and slightly easier.
The back 9 was established in 2005 and updated in early 2011. It also has elevation changes, a creek, and OBs. Hole 17 is the signature hole on the back 9... a mature tree tunnel hole that is reachable but unforgiving.
"Hole Info." has been updated to reflect the 2011 updates.
12' long rubber pads have been added to the blue tees and future plans include adding them to the red tees. For now, the red tees are natural but in great condition.
An information board and practice area have been added to an area between the front 9 and back 9. Recent creek improvements allow you to cross the creek near the practice area instead of driving.
740 West New Circle RoadStreet Address:
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Local Directions: Course is on Lexmark property. Nearest entrance is at Nandino Blvd. and Newtown Pike.