Otter Creek Park

Brandenburg, Kentucky     1 course · 27 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + William Pendleton › May 21, 2011
B+
Alot of bugs, alot
-  +0 votes  + patricio gonzalez III › September 6, 2011
A
dont rember much about the course cuz i was only 7 or 8 but it gets an A cuz its the first course i have memory of and i was w my dad
-  +0 votes  + RICHARD WILSON › July 4, 2013
B+
-  +0 votes  + Jerry A. › July 3, 2017
A
Love this course!.
-  +0 votes  + robert eberenz › January 26, 2016
A+
Best course! Original 18 designed by Ed Headrick is good for all skill levels. New 9 is pro-level. Leagues every Sunday at 2pm
-  +0 votes  + Thea Bethany Profumo-Castillo › April 23, 2017
B+
Besides that you have to pay a small fee, cause it's a state park, this course is long and challenging. Beautiful setting and well kept grounds. Some of the holes were crazy hard and lost a disc in the thick. 27 holes but alot of fun and I will be back.
-  +0 votes  + Robert Baggott › June 23, 2017
B+
Variety of holes. Wide open, narrow, woods, short, long, and everything else. Small fee to enter the park. Can play as a regular 18 and end at the parking lot or keep going with the extra 9 which also ends at the parking lot. A lot of shade on the first 18.
-  +0 votes  + Eric "Downtown" Brown › August 5, 2017
A-
Beautiful course and an A+ on the fun factor. One of the best Ed Headrick designed courses I have ever played. Several of the baskets were still the originals from the late 70s, so cool., however they didn't catch worth a squat. The oldest course in Kentucky, and one of the first installed by Ed Headrick himself. The course was a shorty, but was high and mighty in showing its teeth. Finesse is the name of the game and the most technical course I have ever played. 3 bucks to get into the park to ...
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