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Old 04-08-2013, 01:42 AM
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Yadkinville Co. Park. Exit 256 Unifi Industrial Park Rd.

Its less than a mile from the exit follow signs to park just behind ymca. Its 20-25 min west of downtown Winston-Salem. Glen C. Hilton is an hr west of it which I see is already listed. Both are sweet tracks. Moved away from the area about a year ago. A very scenic shot in the back (hole 9) at the top of a hill looking into the mountains. It was a tone pole course decades ago, one such pole still exists short and to the right of basket 14. Cool history fact.
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:09 PM
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Yadkinville Co. Park. Exit 256 Unifi Industrial Park Rd.

Its less than a mile from the exit follow signs to park just behind ymca. Its 20-25 min west of downtown Winston-Salem. Glen C. Hilton is an hr west of it which I see is already listed. Both are sweet tracks. Moved away from the area about a year ago. A very scenic shot in the back (hole 9) at the top of a hill looking into the mountains. It was a tone pole course decades ago, one such pole still exists short and to the right of basket 14. Cool history fact.
I'm pretty sure that's down 421, not on 40. However, I do love that course. Played it for the first time a month ago and loved it. It's only 30 minutes from I-40, though.

I did almost put that one on the list, but I forgot I was looking for I-40 courses, not courses on my trips up to Boone, haha.

If you are going up that way and looking for a good ass-kicking, play the Wilkesboro course. Talk about a monster of a course. It's eaten like four discs of mine.

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Old 04-09-2013, 11:41 AM
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oops you are right!
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:10 PM
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There is a standard feature of this site called map browser...
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Old 04-09-2013, 04:38 PM
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There is a standard feature of this site called map browser...
Yeah that's by zip, though. I want a list of courses on I-40. There's not a "which courses are on this road?" feature. But you can go and punch in every zip code on I-40 for me if you'd like?
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How did you like amarillo? Did you get to play our new 9 holes?
It was a little open for my tastes, but not a bad park course, the little bit of elevation helped a lot. I played 18 holes, do you have 27 now?
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