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This is a pretty easy course in a nice park in a good area; we play all holes as par threes; the wind is always a factor! 1: definite left hole; around 380 ft; there is a tough lane down the middle with trees on both sides; the left side is open though you will throw near a parking lot if you go left; there are residents on the right side of the hole 2: another left hole; around 250 ft.; easy land for a lefty to hang it out and bring it back; though on the right side there are woods, creek, and a big pine tree; there is a big tree short and left of the hole so you have to keep your drive low 3: another left hole; around 350; trees and backyards on the right; the left is wide open; the hole is slightly uphill and there is a bushy tree blocking the hole that knocks down a lot of good drives 4: right hole; 300 ft; there are trees making a strait shot at the hole impossible; easy for a right to go around the trees and bring it back in towards the hole; lefties have a tough shot as there is an opening but a tree about 75 feet away from the tee box makes it to go through it (parking lot long and right) 5: righty hole; 275 ft; very open hole with a tree on the left and a pine tree on the right and in front of the hole (there is a small tree behind the hole) it is a down hill hole and righties have an easy shot if they hang it out and bring it back; lefties can do the same thing to the opposite side but it is difficult; also an option to go strait down the middle. 6: tough up hill par three (330 ft.); it is wide open; grip it and rip it 7: very easy and open downhill hole; you can take any approach you want and aces are very possible 8: definite lefty hole (250 ft.) two pine trees to the right and short of the hole and one to the left and just short of the hole. 9: neutral hole (360 ft.); there is a pine tree to the left and about fifteen feet from the tee box you have to be careful of and a pine tree about half way down the fairway on the right; other than that grip it and rip it 10: trees on either side of the fairway with a low ceiling; the basket is strait ahead (275 ft.) 11: lefty hole; (275) very open on the left side but righties have to contend with a pine tree and the trees from the tenth hole 12: great hole to let it lose (500 ft plus) downhill and its wide open except for woods on the right; there is a busy tree in the middle of the fairway about 75 feet short of the pin 13: extremely short uphill hole; very low ceiling with one tree on each side and a small tree in front of the basket (175 ft.) 14: blind tee shot (lefty hole); open to the left side with pine trees and backyards on the right; there is a pine tree directly to the left of the hole which knock down a lot of good shots (woods if you go long) 15: lefty hole; woods on the right and a big tree just to the right of the hole make it tough for righties; lefties only challenge is a small tree about five feet to the left and about thirty feet down the fairway (the basket is nestled into the woods with a small creek behind it (there is a drop where the creek is) 16: neutral; 350 plus hole with trees on both sides making a low ceiling but the trees are scattered (you are in an open park so the hole course is pretty open other than the well places trees) 17: blind tee shot and very very long; elevation changes with three trees at the top of the hill to knock down your drive; then the fairway goes downhill over a small creek to the basket nestled in between several trees 18: lefty hole: trees and road to the right (300 ft); downhill fairway and goes over creek; make more difficult by a bridge in front of the hole with railings that knock down some drives; parking lot if you go long
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Feature: Washington, IL
Feature: Driving Directions
Feature: 1998
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