Henry Horton State Park
Fairly out of the way course, with a beautiful, scenic drive to and from the interstate. Nice use of trees to mix up course layout. Unfortunately, some holes may be exposed to crossfire--keep a look out for traffic at opposing baskets. There were a couple of challenging transitions--notably #10--and the basket numbering isn't as clear on a handful of holes. On the day that I went, the fairways weren't mowed, which made some of the errant throws hard to find in the tall grass. Chill patronage, and a laid-back environment make this a good course for both beginners and the advanced.
I love this course due to it being the closer of courses near me. It is a fun course to tighten your throw off the tee. The one thing that makes me rate it down a little is due to no action there other than common play. There needs to be more action there with at least one tourney a year.
Nice wooded setting with a little variety. Biggest issue is the criss-crossing nature of the layout, where you have to pay attention to parallel fairways and make sure you're throwing at the right basket.
This is a beautiful course that's fairly well maintained. Set in a pine tree forest with some pretty narrow tee off shots. If you like courses that have open fields and lots of throwing room this will be a challenge. A very fun course to play that represents a new challenge each time you visit.
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