+0 votes Greg McAtee › September 25, 2010
+0 votes Scott McNair › October 1, 2010
+0 votes Jay Wilkins › October 2, 2010
Other than the mosquitos, this course is the bomb to me! I went with some locals and finally got to see the water shots and I loved it! Thanks Duncan! Fairly flat and plenty of trees. I loved the challenges.
+0 votes josh layhew › October 9, 2010
+0 votes Terry Vernon › October 20, 2010
+0 votes duncan bare › December 2, 2010
+0 votes Johnny Foodstamp › November 24, 2010
This course is challenging when it wants to be. If you play all the corn and fences as OB like intended this one will have you holding your breath on many drives, especially on windy days. Hole 1 is a beautifully wooded hole dogleg right. 2 is a narrow fairway and makes the A or B position a challenge. 3 is a scenic water hole to the left and open about 350. There are alternate holes for both of the water holes 3 and 9. Hole 4 opens up and finally lets you get lost in some corn. 450ft wit ...
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This course is challenging when it wants to be. If you play all the corn and fences as OB like intended this one will have you holding your breath on many drives, especially on windy days. Hole 1 is a beautifully wooded hole dogleg right. 2 is a narrow fairway and makes the A or B position a challenge. 3 is a scenic water hole to the left and open about 350. There are alternate holes for both of the water holes 3 and 9. Hole 4 opens up and finally lets you get lost in some corn. 450ft with corn all to your left, but wide open. 5 has a mando and long left dogleg back in the woods. Hole 6 is back to the corn fun and also a barbwire fence along the right side so watch out for that. It says not to climb the fence but I'm usually in the corn somewhere, so it hasn't come to that yet. 7 shoots over an open field and through a mouth for a nice shot. 8 is back into the woods for some more fun. 9 is sometimes a water hazard, depending on the rain. As I'm writing this I'm realizing it's too long already, so that's enough. Which means this course has tons of variety. Can't really sum it up. I personally hate this course because I perform poorly at every tourney I play here and am kind of sick of it. But that shouldn't stop you from enjoying it!
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+0 votes zac bowman › December 6, 2010
+0 votes Ben Traughber › March 24, 2011
+0 votes Linden Lantz › March 27, 2011
+0 votes josh dishman › March 28, 2011
Really windy and cold with no sleeves
+0 votes James Danger Kuykendall › August 15, 2011
+0 votes aaron clifton › June 1, 2011
to many skitters
+0 votes Bryan C. › July 15, 2011
First time playing this course today. It's definitely not a beginners course but well mapped out and a lot of fun! Can't wait to play it again and beat this score!
+0 votes dylan lawson › July 17, 2011
fun course awesome lay out. i think it was well maintedned and just a fun and challenging course.
+0 votes S U P E R D A V E Burlison › August 13, 2011
Liked this coarse, first time playing there. Was difficult because all signs were gone. I think they are puting up new ones soon. Seemed liked alot off backhand tee shots, I need to work on them.Enjoyed this day.
+0 votes Landen Lamberth › August 26, 2011
+0 votes Lacy Privette › December 19, 2011
+0 votes Adam Carden › February 28, 2012
+0 votes Jimmy Ambrose › March 14, 2012
Excellent course possibly one of the best in the Nashville area for sure.
+0 votes Randy Harris › August 20, 2012
+0 votes Christopher Neitzke › November 29, 2012
First time today. Pros: great layout and use of all facets of trees, rocks, and open spaces. Well marked. Cons: Short course just like Barfield, M'boro.
+0 votes Nasty Nate Reiner › March 12, 2013
+0 votes Sean Geisler › May 29, 2014
Love the Course!! Great Wooded holes and good to improve you game on
+0 votes denny davis › June 29, 2014
+0 votes Luke Holtzapple › July 13, 2014
+0 votes Will Curtis › July 14, 2014
+0 votes Robbie Seiffert › August 14, 2014
Love this course.
+0 votes Ron Williams › August 14, 2014
+0 votes mateo lawry › January 6, 2015
+0 votes Adam Lovett › February 14, 2015
+0 votes Keith Kacanek › April 20, 2015
+0 votes Matt Jolley › May 17, 2015
Water hazards, wide open bombs, beautiful wooded areas. Sharp Springs will strengthen your game, especially on those windy days.