Franklin >Forrest Crossing Golf Course
Wait for the back nine!. Very good course lay-out. Front nine is lacking some finishing touches and played much like any other course, nothing set it apart! The back nine, however, was a hidden gem. If you like a challenging lay-out, play the front nine quickly!! The back nine provides ample opportunities to test your shot making ability with lots of dog-legs requiring less than a driver off the tee. I was glad to have played the front nine as I had ample opportunity to adjust to the rental clubs -- remember, it's usually the Indian and not the arrows. The back nine gave me the opportunity to work the ball around dog-legs, most guarded by large trees or the creek which seems to follow you. I played some of my best golf in some time on the back nine until I chewed a little too much off the pond -- aim at the tree! The only draw back to my visit was on the front nine, as a single, I followed a twosome who wouldn't let me play through! Oh well, I should have more friends!!
Chuck. In Williamson County's quest to be one big 18,000 hole golf county, Forrest Crossing is a refreshing chnge. For a public course it can't be beat. The 9th hole gets my goat every time. You have to place shots and sometimes gamble here. The course makes you think. A couple of holes could use a redesign (12 and 13 come to mind). Otherwise it is a good golf value, lots of fun. Make sure you have practiced plenty before taking on Forrest.
Great Course. THis course is a challenging par 72 that challenges you to use every club in the bag.
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