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Old 12-28-2010, 07:03 PM
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Warren OH to Bowling Green KY

I haven't even gone down to Charlotte yet and I want to plan my next road trip. Tentatively this will be for the weekend of Feb 20.

I want to be able to make it down to Hendersonville TN to go see the guys at Cloud 9 Disc Golf as well.

For now, I'm open to suggestions on courses to hit and what to avoid.

Here is what I am looking to do on my trip:
- Play Golf on as many awesome courses possible.
- See as many sights in the town as possible after golf hours
- Eat at the best places there are to eat, whether they're elegance or a dive bar with great burgers, I want to eat there
- See some music if at all possible

I'm planning my trips for more than DG at this point as there is only so much a motel room can do for my attention anymore.
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:13 PM
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On your way down to BG, try to hit Freeman Lake and Holler in the Hills (both between Louisville and BG), Freeman Lake is a fun course with lots of variety and some very cool water shots, and holler in the hills is a beautiful and challenging private course with some of the most unique holes I've seen. In bowling green, Kereiakes and Hobson Grove were my favorites.
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Old 12-29-2010, 03:03 PM
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On your way down to BG, try to hit Freeman Lake and Holler in the Hills (both between Louisville and BG)
I did this back in July on the same day, both are very worthy stops. Charlie
Vettiner in Louisville was also nice. While in L'ville find Bristol's restaurant, it's
kind of upscale for lunch but I enjoyed it. It's probably better for drinks and dinner.
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Old 12-29-2010, 03:06 PM
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When your in Bowling Green, check out the new course at the Technical College. Its more challenging than any other course there. Its between Hobson Grove and Preston Miller.
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Old 01-04-2011, 01:54 PM
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On your way down to BG, try to hit Freeman Lake and Holler in the Hills (both between Louisville and BG), Freeman Lake is a fun course with lots of variety and some very cool water shots, and holler in the hills is a beautiful and challenging private course with some of the most unique holes I've seen. In bowling green, Kereiakes and Hobson Grove were my favorites.
Freeman and Holler are both quality courses worth playing. Charlie Vettener in Louisville and the new Seviren Lang DGC just across the river are both worth checking out as well.

Seviren was just redesigned in November and it's beating people up. The best round there so far is a 53 and we've had two 1000 rated pro's play the course a few times now.
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Old 01-04-2011, 02:26 PM
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I agree, Seviren is a major improvement over the former Garry Cavan course. If you are near Louisville, it is only about a 10-15min drive out of the way, and worth the stop. I'll reiterate Vettiner, Freeman Lake, Holler in the Hills, and if you are heading through Nashville on I-65S, Cedar Hill is only less than 1/2 mile from the interstate, Cedar Hill is a great course.
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Old 01-04-2011, 02:46 PM
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I almost forgot about Cedar Hill, that's a must play when you go to Nashville.
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Tamahawk, when I come to Bowling Green I have something extra special for you (what you're thinking and then something else)
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