Fun to play if you're nearby
Pros: -fun course with a nice variety of wooded and open shots
-great spot to shoot for some aces
-nice concrete tees and signs for each hole
-navigation isn't too difficult
-wooded areas aren't so overgrown you'll lose discs
Cons: -parking outside gate is very limited, and there are warnings about parking inside gate since it may be locked
-some holes are fairly short and some people may find the course too easy
-only 9 holes
-no real "hazards" anywhere
Other Thoughts: This is a fun course and will make you feel good about your game (I was 2 under par the first time playing). It's very beginner and ace-friendly but if you're looking for real challenge you may get bored. Parking is a serious issue here, and if you park in the only actual "lot" area you end up nowhere near tee 1, so it may make more sense to play out of order. I enjoyed the more technical, wooded holes here, but there are a few open ones where you can just let it rip. This course usually isn't crowded at all and has nice tees and signs. It's only 9 holes and I wouldn't go too far out of my way to play this course, but if you're in the area it's worth a quick game.
Cute little course
Pros: Clean and well maintained. A fun course to play a quick round. A nice variety of holes to introduce new players to the game. Great for beginners to work on distance and holding lines in the woods. Had fun and will play again!
Cons: Not enough parking. Hole one is at the entrance and was confusing to find, you could start at 8 and end at 7 to keep your car off the road. No extremely challenging lines, little left little right but overall fun especially If you need to tighten up your straight line shots.
Other Thoughts: Thought this course was very easy to play, scored -4 the first time I played and was quessing on some of the open blind shots.
Great for beginners and new players!!
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Not bad, but not great either.
Pros: Good signage. Clear paths between holes. Use of rolling hills adds some challenge to a couple of the wide-open holes. Trash cans at every hole. Club keeps scorecards/events printed off in the mailbox at hole #1. All the tees are concreted now. I used to have the thick undergrowth listed as a con, but the course is cleared out much better now, not much to worry about if you throw one in the woods. A good place to bring beginners without worrying about losing a disc.
Cons: Open holes will more than likely stay that way, as the course is built on the fairgrounds. Not a good place to work on shot variety, most holes are fairly straight forward, exceptions being 2 and 9, which are both long anhys or forehands Gets a little soupy in some places after a rain. Walk to 7 is along 6's fairway, possibility of getting a disc thrown at you.
Other Thoughts: The course makes pretty good use of the few obstacles at its disposal, although I think #6 could have made better use of the water.
A decent course, not too challenging for beginner's, and I think even pro's could find something to like about it, such as practicing distance driving in the wind.
The course will eventually be turned into 18-holer, its waiting approval from higher ups.
Not really worth driving out of the way for, but it is the furthest east in Ky, except for Ashland.
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