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    Quote Originally Posted by T.BOTTOM View Post
    Marcus, you realize this is Lawrenceburg Ky , not Indiana ? thanks for filling it out though, see ya.
    Yeah. In reality, Lawrenceburg, KY is closer to me than Lawrenceburg, IN is anyway.

    As a matter of fact I snuck off this morning with the intentions of playing your 9-hole course. I planned to hit the East Frankfort course and then the Lawrenceburg one but I didn't have time to get both in because I had a meeting at 1:00.
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    marcus - they have not just one but two 9-hole courses in lawrenceburg

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin View Post
    marcus - they have not just one but two 9-hole courses in lawrenceburg
    I saw one listed in Lawrenceburg and another listed farther south in the county, but it looked a bit out of the way in regards to where I was. Are there three courses in that county now because I thought the other one was an 18-hole course. I want to get back over there because I really loved East Frankfort. It's short, but it's a great course.
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    the two 9 holes are just up the street from one another

    The City Course http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3352
    beautiful beginner course

    The County Course http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3795

    There is Frankfort - http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=1216
    honestly one of the toughest courses to navigate..take a map or a local

    Anderson Dean - http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=965
    big open course, not sure how well taken care of it is, dont play it on a hot summer day

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin View Post

    There is Frankfort - http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=1216
    honestly one of the toughest courses to navigate..take a map or a local
    He's not kidding about taking a local. Finding hole 1 was tough. My travel buddies dropped me off at what I thought was near hole 1. Twenty minutes later, I wondered into a portapot and heard chains very close. I happened to run into a local that I've played with in the master's div. I was lucky. I was still far from 1. Additionally, navigating between 14 to 15 and then 17 and 18 is not logical. The course is fun to play though-once you find your way.
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    Yeah, I spun around in circles a couple of times, too. That #1 is one of the coolest looking holes I've played, in my opinion.
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