Newark, OH 
Horns Hill Park Share
Uploaded By: roadtripstuff Hole #9 (Taken 5/2009)
3 / --   3 / 181ft.   3 / 181ft.   3 / -- Par / Distance:
Hole #9 Tee Sign



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 Not for the weak

1    8/20/2009   11/16/2009
Review By: Bikinimower
Played: 138  Reviewed: 67  Exp: 11.9 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Challenging
Well Designed
Excellent Visually
Good Variety
Fun Nature Hike
Cons: Easy to lose discs
Woods can be too dense at times
Not always easy to Navigate
Overgrown at times
Not for beginners
Other Thoughts: This is a really fun and difficult course.

Most Holes go through the woods (big fan). But others plays around some fenced in areas, if you throw your disc over the fence you will more than likely not be getting it back.

The wooded holes are mostly great, I can think of one or two that are tremendous. Many of them are too Dense and a lot of them if you throw a bad throw then it may be digging through a lot of brush and overgrowth to find your Disc. Accuracy and Disc control are a must at this course

A few times I got lost and had to search around for the next hole but most of the tricky ones have arrows pointing you in the right direction.

I'll be back to this one sometime

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  Perfect

2-4    5/6/2009   5/6/2009
Review By: dzznutz
Played: 14  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 6.9 Years
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great course. White and Blue tees, ranging from 145ft to about 385 i believe. lots of trees and lots of hills. majority of it is pretty cleared out and pretty easy to find discs. couple nice doglegs and some narrow and some wide fairways. Crossing roads on a few holes. Couple shelter houses to run into if it starts to rain or if you need to relax. Very clean grounds. Porta john in the middle of hole 1 if you need to use the bathroom, but there is lots of trees too. I throw RHBH so this course gave me a bit of a challenge so it was very enjoyable to throw even the short holes. I recommend this course to everyone.
Cons: couple of hills are steep so if you throw off it good luck throwing back up. (not so much a con as it is a challenge). Baskets need to have flags or some type of indicator on top so you can see them easier. couple are hard to find. look close before you walk ahead and waste time. Couple holes have baskets next to fences, which are barbed wired so if you throw over your screwed. there are cameras in the fenced in area so beware they do watch them. The park was closed for sexual activity not to long ago and then since reopened and cleaned up a bit. but still you have lots of men driving alone around the park for what i really don't want to know. so if you go there i would just be aware of whats around you and be ready to fight off some 40 year old pedophile.
Other Thoughts: I agree with danhyzer's review 100%. Very good info . The tees are natural which is alright but i went when it rained so the grounds was wet and muddy, there are a few holes that you can always step a few feet and make your own tee so you don't bust your bottom or break an ankle. I forget what hole it is but the tee pad is right at the base of the shelter house, try teeing off from the patio (its concrete) its safer and adds a bit of a challenge to the throw.

Next time im there ill get hole info and some pics and post them

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