+0 votes Kyle Williams › August 27, 2015
Best kept course I have been to. Amazing upkeep, wonderful hole design, and sweet wildlife. Obviously would like to see them implement concrete tee pads and it would be a+
+0 votes Matt Jolley › April 26, 2015
I think this is a great course for beginners who are looking to sharpen, especially on the longer tees that make you throw straight and hyzer or straight and anhyzer. Good open tees to practice your long bombs. Great Course.
+0 votes Wade Blevins › March 29, 2015
+0 votes Brian Evans › December 30, 2014
+0 votes Robbie Seiffert › August 8, 2014
Love the open layout.
+0 votes Adam Jensen › July 17, 2014
+0 votes Jeremy LeCrone › July 9, 2014
Beautiful course. A nice warm up on the front nine with some mid length fairways and good birdie chances, if you can gauge your distances well. Great long holes along the back of the park. Overall, a well groomed course (don't mind the carpet tees as long as the lawnmower hasn't chewed them to shreds), with some great fairways and a nice challenging course.
+0 votes Sean Geisler › May 29, 2014
+0 votes John Stowe › August 25, 2013
nice park setting. course mostly wide open and well maintained. few holes have some tree challenges. multiple basket positions and long/short tees for all holes give some variety. great place to work on your long distance throws.
+0 votes Dave Foster › August 17, 2013
Let's just start off by saying the park is groomed well it's a beautiful open for the most part course you have some cool tunnel shots in the woods for maybe 3 holes but everything else allows you to throw out wide. I had a ton of fun!
+0 votes Kyle Meek › July 12, 2013
+0 votes Tom Speed › January 30, 2012
Beautiful course. Would have been rated higher but for the carpet tee pads.
+0 votes Adam Carden › January 26, 2012
+0 votes Justin chapin › January 15, 2012
+0 votes Oscar J › December 29, 2011
+0 votes Shane Cline › December 8, 2011
Nice open long layout, but tee pads are terrible.
+0 votes Adam Drake › December 8, 2011
+0 votes Rick Gzesh › November 14, 2011
Nice course. Good course for beginner and intermediate players. Took my daughter and her fiance there to learn. Well maintained.
+0 votes Chris B › September 14, 2011
A fun course to play, Most of the holes are well marked with good directions to the next hole. only one hole threw me for a loop, and I got a little lost between 11-12 I think
+0 votes James Danger Kuykendall › May 31, 2011
+0 votes chris roller › May 20, 2011
first time playing the course and i hit my longest ace ever of 562'
+0 votes LUKE OWENS › May 18, 2011
+0 votes zac bowman › January 31, 2011
I LOVE IT
+0 votes Landen Lamberth › January 5, 2011
+0 votes aaron clifton › February 27, 2011
+0 votes Drew Wilkinson › November 27, 2010
I really enjoy this course, other than the carpet tee pads and some non-informative signs.
+1 votes Johnny Foodstamp › November 24, 2010
I tend to rate all of the courses around Nashville pretty high, and after traveling around a bit this holds true. Crockett is a nice course. Don't let people complain because they have carpet tee pads even though their course is located in Moneytown, USA A.K.A. Brentwood, TN. The park must just not want them. And I'm fine with that. Anyways, Am and Pro tees on every hole and I suggest bringing a snack and playing both. The Pro tees are basically the same shot as the Am but 50ft longer or s ...
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I tend to rate all of the courses around Nashville pretty high, and after traveling around a bit this holds true. Crockett is a nice course. Don't let people complain because they have carpet tee pads even though their course is located in Moneytown, USA A.K.A. Brentwood, TN. The park must just not want them. And I'm fine with that. Anyways, Am and Pro tees on every hole and I suggest bringing a snack and playing both. The Pro tees are basically the same shot as the Am but 50ft longer or so, with the exception of 3. Hole 3's Am tee is actually longer than the Pro but the Pro shoots through a little hobbit hole in the woods. Front 9 consists of fairly open birdie ops. Back 9 opens up for a bit for some long drives. Hole 17 gives you a taste of some woods. Then back to 18, which has some disc eating rough to the right so watch out for that.
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