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Baton Rouge, LA

Highland Road Park - Old Layout

3.225(based on 25 reviews)
6250 ft. Metric
Moderately Hilly
Lightly Wooded
18 Holes
18 Baskets
6 Water in play

Highland Road Park - Old Layout

Course conditions:

  • Unplayable
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  • Decent
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Updated by cox3
The baskets have been pulled. Construction has started on a new design which will feature new tee pads, tee signs, and baskets.

Has gently rolling hills, a creek, and wide, grassy fairways.

Tee signs are practically non-existent due to vandalism over the years. Currently, tees are marked with orange painted bricks buried in the ground. Tee areas are also well worn and clearly visible. As long as you have a map, the course is navigable.

Despite having natural tees, they are relatively okay due to the amount of play they receive and the fact that the park dries very quickly after most rains. They are only bad during or immediately after a rain.

Designer(s): Jeff Homburg and Dickie Harris
Year established: 1987
Course guides: 3
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / No
Par Info: 54
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 48.1
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 831 / 57 43 / 68
Tee Type: Dirt
Hole Type: Mach 3
Discs lost: 19
Misc. info.:
Restrooms Available

Location

Local Directions:

From I-10, exit Siegen Lane, go south 3 miles to a left on Highland Rd., 0.5 mile to a left on Amiss, (across from ball fields), then right on North Amiss. Turn right into parking lot and ark by playground. 1st tee 100 yards south of the point between gym and tennis center.

Latitude / Longitude:
30.3506, -91.0729 degree
Hole #4 Basket
Hole #4 (Taken 1/2009) dgdugg
Par / Distance: 3 / 565ft.
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