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    Default Playing BLUE HERON course in Franklin IN Sunday

    I'll be at a car show Sunday & soon as it ends i'm going to play a round at this place with a good friend that lives up that way

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    I'll let you know how it was when i return
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    Hole 2 is brutal, lake on the left, tall grass on the right and a very narrow fairway. Other than that it's an ok course. After hole 12, walk past 15's tee into the woods for 13 & 14. I believe there's a big sign for them now because they're easy to miss. Hole 12 is my favorite, water short left with a line of trees just past them, trees on the right so you almost have to throw an S shot to make it past the obstacles and to the basket. Have fun!
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    Thanks for the heads up. You know where in the park #1 tee is ?
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    I only recall seeing one parking lot and had no problem finding hole 1 when I was there.
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    I didn't realize there was a course in that part of the state. That whole area needs places to play---there's really nothing but that course between a little 9-holer outside of Columbus, another 9-holer in Scottsburg, and the Ohio state line. Charlestown (if/when) would fill some of the void, but even that isn't all that close to most of the southeastern corner of the state.
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    Sorry to say i never ended up playing the course. I was there & practice at the practice basket for half hour waiting on a friend that lives up there. He never showed & my tired but needed to get home. Long day at a car show
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