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If you're going to hit Kiwanis, I'd highly recommend driving another few miles to Panther Creek and playing at least the first 9 if time allows (loops back to the lot between 9 and 10). It's in my personal top 5 and I think it would be a crime to skip it when you're so close!
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Old 03-01-2018, 02:25 PM
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Morristown Kiwanis is fun, and a nice warm-up for Harmon Hills. The two can easily be played the same day if you are looking to fit in more courses.
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If you're going to hit Kiwanis, I'd highly recommend driving another few miles to Panther Creek and playing at least the first 9 if time allows (loops back to the lot between 9 and 10). It's in my personal top 5 and I think it would be a crime to skip it when you're so close!
Yeah, that was the plan but then read some posts about it being a brutal course. I'm 47 and in decent shape, but just want to be 100% for Harmon.

Then again the hotel has a jacuzzi...
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Yeah, that was the plan but then read some posts about it being a brutal course. I'm 47 and in decent shape, but just want to be 100% for Harmon.

Then again the hotel has a jacuzzi...
YOLO man! Play them ALL! Yes, Panther does have intense terrain. I'd say it's more intense than Harmon IMO. You can't go wrong with Kiwanis though. It's like a mini-golf version of the 3rd nine of Harmon. But... Panther... is... so... close!

I travel to east TN for work a few times a month and absolutely love the courses there. Enjoy your trip! Let us know how it goes.

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Sugar Hollow and Harmon Hills. If you only have time for one, Harmon Hills. It's one of the best courses I have ever had the pleasure of playing. I'mactually heading down there from Ohio this weekend for a tournament that is taking place at Warriors Path and Harmon Hills.

If it tells you anything, I made the trip down to play Harmon Hills three times last year alone.

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