Course Review and Comments
Quaint little nine hole course stuffed in between the Appalachian Mountains. Room is not abundant, so smallish fairways, elevation changes, and undulating greens are utilized to test the golfers' mettle. There are several risk-reward opportunities for the longer player, and the second and sixth holes are as difficult as they come. The second is a twisting par five of nearly six hundred yards with a meandering creek running the entire length of the hole and causing trouble alternately left and right, as well as a severely canted elevated green with a nasty bunker greenside left. The sixth plays a long-to-mid iron from a highly elevated teebox to a narrow sliver of a green with bunkers short right and long left.
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