Crown Point, IN 
Lemon Lake County Park - Red Share
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5+    11/15/2009   11/8/2009
Review By: rudy1972
Played: 2  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 19.3 Years
This review was updated on 11/15/2009
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: My home course! 2010 Pro Worlds! Nice mix of shots, some long, some technical. Good group of locals.
Cons: It's getting dark too early. We played a day/night (glow) doubles thing, fun! A lot of complaints e.g. bugs, poison ivy, lost discs, and parking fees are not an issue this time of year.
Other Thoughts: Hole #1: Hole is at new pin position now. About 305 feet tucked on the right guarded by a tree and high grass. The hole is more challenging/fun, I think.

Hole #2: Tucked on right off big fairway about half way up a good sized hill. Trees on right. Beware of drives from 14's tee at the top of the hill. Fun flick/anheiser. Putt for duece.

Hole #3: Short, narrow cool little shot. No problem, usually. Tree jail on left, prison on right.

Hole #4: Aceable short uphill. Trees if shot is high. New tee is available.

Hole #5: Big hyzer or thread down the middle. Many, many trees. Dueceable.

Hole #6: New hole placement. Now its a 300 foot hole with guard trees protecting the pin, which is tucked to the right. Requires decent drive and good putt.

Hole #7: Hard 90 degree dogleg right. Usually an easy flick, good approach, putt for three.

Hole #8: First big, open field bomber hole. Finishes left in trees. Tough three. Huge deuce.

Hole #9: Thread through trees over ravine. My buddy hit chains this year. Get it over, get a two.

Hole #10: Fairway becomes quite narrow with oaks in landing area for average arms. Calls for a big drive and good approach/putt. Straight and long. Trees in putting area.

Hole #11: Deuce hole, lots of trees. I usuall try a skip hyzer down right side finish left. Shorty hole.

Hole #12: My one and only ace! Five years ago. Tricky trees in fairway. Not very long. Sidehill green.

Hole #13: I flick this hole left side finish right. It wants a strong drive. Toughest putt on course. Sidehill lie. Guard trees. Skippy. Windy sometimes. Ugh!

Hole #14: Signature hole. Downhill with big fairway. Hole tucked in narrow glade in tree grove. I've it two-ed it once. A new (longer) hole position is poured and will be moved soon.

Hole #15: Short uphill I go right at with 2X Barry Champ Beast. Very two-able. Keep low to take trees out of it and maybe skip to basket.

Hole #16: New hole postion 30 ft longer and slightly right pin is now guarded with trees. I love this new position! It is a straight shot through a medium-wide fairway with many trees in that fairway.

Hole #17: Big long hole. Fairway narrows at top of uphill. The open again for a sometimes windy putt. Tough three. Don't five it!

Hole #18: Driveable 400+ hole in field with only a few trees. New hole position makes it 30 feet longer now. Duece or par and the round is over. Yay.

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