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Hattiesburg Courses

Posted by Solomon 
Hattiesburg Courses
December 19, 2012 09:00AM
I will be coming to town for Christmas and hope to sneak away for some golf. What would be the best course to hit if I only had time for one round?
Re: Hattiesburg Courses
December 19, 2012 09:28AM
Only 1 round? Hmmm... let me think about it.

Massive J's Hattiesburg DG course rankings

1. Ashe Lake (Brooklyn) - fun with long holes, beware of treacherous rough. $5 per car, federal park, no alcohol.

2. Paul B. Johnson - 27 holes, I think the lake is down right now. Classic

3.(tie) Duncan Lake - Ghetto fabulous sand pit with or without the funk smell of Hattiesburg. Birdie fest possible. Bad day possible.

3.(tie) Tatum Park - Fun short mix of woods and open. Technical

Jamie "Massive J" Massengale



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/19/2012 09:29AM by MassiveJ.
Re: Hattiesburg Courses
December 19, 2012 10:44AM
Sweet thanks! I've played Ashe Lake, Paul B (not when the water is down), and Tatum (the old 9 hole only). I was wondering about Duncan.
Re: Hattiesburg Courses
December 22, 2012 09:56PM
Duncan is different. Has a unique feel, and as Massive mentioned, you never can guarantee what you will shoot since it will be different every round. Navigation can be a bit confusing without a guide.
Re: Hattiesburg Courses
December 23, 2012 02:57PM
We ran out there for a quick round because it is close to the inlaws. Was a little confusing at times but we managed. Didn't shoot great playing it blind. Almost hit a person's car. She was nice when I apologized. I don't think she noticed as she looked like she was busy with a "customer".
Re: Hattiesburg Courses
December 23, 2012 08:45PM
Solomon Wrote:
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> We ran out there for a quick round because it is
> close to the inlaws. Was a little confusing at
> times but we managed. Didn't shoot great playing
> it blind. Almost hit a person's car. She was nice
> when I apologized. I don't think she noticed as
> she looked like she was busy with a "customer".


Haha, and that is a description of Duncan Lake:)
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