Fort Massac State Park

Metropolis, Illinois     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Trip Dortch › July 15, 2015
Longer course with rolling hills and creeks bisecting the fairways. Very scenic and pretty course - a few holes play along the river, and the encampment is there. You will need to throw just about every shot type you can think of, and maybe even make up a few. Goes well with the Paducah course just across the river. Stop and play them both!
-  +1 votes  + Riley Turner › May 3, 2015
Beautiful course in the oldest state park in Illinois. Very well maintained property with mature oaks, cottonwoods, some 200 years old. The grass is cut regularly leaving very little ground cover. Picnic tables and trash cans at all tees. The course is simple with course map at hole 1. Concrete tees are flush to ground and level (5'X12') Innova Discatcher Pro 28 baskets. A mix of lefty and righty holes, short and long holes. Course was designed by me and other local golfers and not by the State ...
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-  +1 votes  + Brad Prewitt › September 1, 2017
Great coarse. Plenty of opportunity to throw your longer discs. Well designed, good use of landscape and trees. My favorite aspect of this coarse is that most holes give you a defined path, but you will need to hit your line. Trees in play on most hole, however rarely are you in the woods. The only knock on this coarse, is there are several holes where the walk to the next tee box is long, good signage to point you in the right direction, but flow is somewhat choppy. All considered, I really enjoy this coarse and will make it a point to stop and play again.
-  +0 votes  + Zack Browning › September 3, 2013
This is a great course. It has some long holes for the big arms and some shorties for the guys who can't blast a drive. Lots of trees to deal with and a good workout as the holes are spread out.

It is a great set up, challenging for all skill levels.

It needs some signs to direct the player from hole to hole and the concrete tee pads are not poured yet, but since the baskets are only a week old, it is a nice course with a lot of upside!
-  +0 votes  + Kevan Greunke › February 3, 2023
-  +0 votes  + Jacob Bevis › October 29, 2015
Love it
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Streiler › June 28, 2016
Clean course, easy to follow directions for first time there runs, and the course is set up very well i enjoyed it!
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