Lexington, TN 
Lexington DGC Share
Uploaded By: NINFanInTN Hole #1 (Taken 5/2014)
3 / 299ft. Par / Distance:
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Nothing to Get Excited About

1    9/5/2014   6/4/2015
Review By: NothingButChain
Played: 10  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 5.7 Years
Pros: -Good signage to help navigate the course
-New baskets
-Pathways cut in grass helped navigate between holes
-Conveniently located to the Lexington community
Cons: -Depth perception can be an issue on some holes. With this being at the old airport, everything is mostly open which can sometimes be difficult to gauge distance.
-With the exception of a few holes, there aren't really any obstacles to avoid.
-Only a 9 hole course, which prevents variety if you want to play it as an 18 hole. Would be good if they at least set up alternate tee boxes so it could be better played as an 18 hole course.
Other Thoughts: Having a course located in Lexington is nice for those in the community. Nearest course is about 40 minutes away, and this is much more convenient for those in the community wanting to play. However, for out of town guest, it is difficult to get excited to travel to Lexington and only play a 9 hole course. It is a pretty bland course that really only offers one or two challenging holes. If you live in or are already planning on visiting Lexington it is definitely worth playing, but I wouldn't make a special trip to play it.

Where better for discs to fly than an airport?

1    9/24/2014   9/24/2014
Review By: Wood Chuk
Played: 178  Reviewed: 26  Exp: 35.1 Years
Pros: -wide open, long distance holes = let 'er rip!
-the wind is a big part of play
-super easy navigation thanks to mowed paths/fairways that lead you around the course
-good signage
-very clean and nice
-pretty cool to drive over a runway!
Cons: -many holes play close to a tall cyclone fence topped with three strands of barbed wire, errant discs may be difficult to get back
-the wind is a big part of play
-trash cans are often placed such that they crowd the tee pad and limit run up
-some holes are just wide open throws with no real obstacles other than wind and fences.
Other Thoughts: This is a pretty course located on an old airport. It is fun throwing over and along an old runway. The course is very clean and well kept. Given the long throws, locating discs could be problematic if the 'rough' was allowed to grow very tall. As expected, the wide open nature of an airport means that there is no place to hide from the wind - love it or hate it the wind could be part of your game.
The airport venue and long throws makes this course unique in West Tennessee. This is a tamer, more manageable version of the Edmund Orgil course in the Memphis area. The wooded holes (6, 7, & 8) are not wooded like most courses in West Tennessee, the entire course feels more like playing in Oklahoma or Nebraska. This course is a nice opportunity to rip on some discs after playing a wooded, technical course like the nearby Muse Park in Jackson.

 Worth a trip

1    7/14/2014   8/1/2014
Review By: xlSCBlx
Played: 10  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 1 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Long and demanding course for 9 holes.
Starts out wide open and transitions into wooded after hole 5.
Cons: Hole 8 has a really weird layout.
Could use some clearing in the wooded areas.
Other Thoughts: Overall a fun course to go play, could be a 18 hole easily. Will play again.

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