Brian Harrison, Ricky Parker, Mike Tyree, Jeff Homburg, and Steve Slasor
Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 ( x 6 ) / 9Holes / Baskets:
4616 ft.Course Length: Metric
Yes / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach New 2Hole Type:
Somewhat Cart Friendly
Description: Set on 11 acres with the most elevation change of any city course (42'). Course plays clockwise around park. See links/files for course map. See Hole Tips for recently changed tee & pin positions
Dual tees allows you to play the course as 18. Holes 1-9 distance: 2479'. Holes 10-18 distance: 2137'.
300 Olive St. & 1900 Coty St.Street Address:
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Local Directions: From I-20 eastbound, take exit #18A, right lane (South Market St). From I-20 westbound, take exit #19A, left lane (South Market St). Stay/change to right-hand lane and exit onto Market St (single lane). Continue through intersection with Stoner Avenue. Street name changes to Centenary Blvd. Continue through next two traffic signals and turn right onto Wyandotte St. Travel one block west to intersection with Coty St. This is the northeast corner of Highland Park (basket #6/15 visible from here). Turn left on Coty St. Drive south one block up hill. Parking is available in gravel parking lot next to brown Boy Scout hut or in asphalt parking lot next to tennis courts/pavilion. Parking is also permitted on Olive St, Coty St or Wyandotte St.
Course Map in Links/Files page.