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Old 03-29-2016, 11:17 PM
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A few buddies and I are headed to Nashville this weekend. Looking for input from locals. Any courses in bad condition, closed, etc..?

Any courses that we missed that are must plays?

Saturday
7AM - Depart
2:30 PM - Arrive at Bowling Green, KY
Kereiakes Park – DGCR 3.88 (36.994301, -86.416496)
1 hour drive to Nashville, TN
Naval Hill DGC – DGCR 3.56 (36.165558, -86.740714)

Sunday – Southeast courses
Seven Oaks Park – DGCR 3.92 (36.107933, -86.698616)
Sharp Springs Park – DGCR 3.93 (30 min drive from Seven Oaks) (36.003962, -86.486703)
Crockett Park – DGCR 3.72 (35 min drive from Sharp Springs Park) (35.980259, -86.768372)

Monday –
Dickson DGC – DGCR 4.00 ( 1 hr drive West) (36.093845, -87.413924)
Cedar Hill Park (North of Nashville) – DGCR 4.20 (36.271317, -86.748802)
Drive 1 hour to Bowling Green, KY
SKYCTC DGC – DGCR 3.35 (36.987223, -86.473095)
Drive 2 hours to Louisville, KY
Sleep
Tuesday – Get to course by 8AM
Seviren Lang DGC – DGCR 4.27 (38.274200, -85.926600)
Drive home 5 hours
Home by 4PM CT

Other courses:
Sanders Ferry Park (Northeast Nashville) – DGCR 3.57 (36.252682, -86.605980)
Two Rivers Park (Central Nashville) – DGCR 2.71 (36.186291, -86.686555)
Barfield Crescent Park (Far Southeast) – DGCR 3.35 (35.781315, -86.413284)
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Old 03-30-2016, 12:07 AM
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Seven oaks, naval hill and cedar hill are pretty close to one another. Why not drive straight into nashville, play those courses over day 1 and day 2, hit bowling green and play those on day 3, then hit louisville and play severin? I fear your planned route takes you out of your own way a couple of times.
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Thanks for the tips. All courses cart friendly?

Any leagues or tournaments to avoid?
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Old 03-30-2016, 08:48 PM
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I was a little confused about your Saturday route myself. I'd stay in BG on Saturday and hit Kereiakes, SKYCTC and Hobson Grove. Maybe hit the Franklin, KY course on the way back to Nashville.

I like the Dickson course, but it's a bit of a haul. I'd do Cedar Hill and Saunders on Monday. You might consider Ogg Wood as a third option before making the run up to Louisville.

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Bag Tag Tourney at Naval Hill and Clint Tourney at Seven Oaks on Saturday. I would also avoid Saunders on Saturday b/c a few holes run through a popular fishing area.
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Old 03-30-2016, 09:20 PM
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Good info. I am going to be in Nashville for the first time april 11-13 for a sales meeting. So I may only get the 2 travel days to play meaning I can probably only play 2 courses at the most. What 2 courses should I play?
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Old 03-30-2016, 09:55 PM
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If you've never been to Nashville, I would also recommend taking time to visit places and see some amazing sights. I visited last May and was in so much awe. Best city I've ever visited and I can't wait to move there in a few years! ������
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Old 03-30-2016, 10:03 PM
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Best city I've ever visited and I can't wait to move there in a few years! ������
82 people a day make the same decision. Get in line... then plan to get in line every day both ways to work.
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Ogg wood is great, so is burde ridge but not exactly close to nashville per se
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Sharp Springs and Barfield Crescent are very close and both are worth a play. If it was me, I'd drop Crockett and play Barfield after Sharp Springs.
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Sharp Springs and Barfield Crescent are very close and both are worth a play. If it was me, I'd drop Crockett and play Barfield after Sharp Springs.
+1 to that, Barfield is fun while Sharp Springs is a little more challenging. As for Bowling Green, if you can only play one course, Kereiakes is a good option. I would also recommend SKY Tech and Ephram White, depending on if you'd prefer wooded and technical or long and open with OB.

I would skip Sanders Ferry and Two Rivers. Cedar Hill, Seven Oaks, Naval Hill are all good plays. I've never played Seviren but I've heard nothing but good things about it
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