Tee 17
Tee 16Tee 13Right beside hole 15Between holes
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About the Course
If you're looking for a course with wide open spaces, then you won't find it here. Sequoyah Park has a mix of wooded and open with significant elevation changes. To play well accuracy and distance is required. Playing here will get you in great aerobic shape and greatly improve your game. Hole 1 is near practice baskets in lower parking lot. Basket positions rotate and are notated with a bolt on tee signs.
18 Holes
Concrete, Rubber Mat Tees
Prodigy T1 (Pro DG T1) Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 1998
Dogs Allows
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Richard Johnston, Mark Sheldon, Don Austin

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Players usually spend 1 - 2.5 hours here.

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Nov 26, 2022
"Very technical. Lots of trees"
Nov 22, 2022
"Great park, great upkeep. Difficult setup, I think it's for the tournament. Update: it was not for the tournament. Tournament set up is in now. "
Nov 20, 2022
"Extremely wooded course. Very fun though."
Nov 20, 2022
"Technical wooded course. Pros: topography, good hike, challenging, practice baskets, tee pads. Cons: long awkward walks between some holes, couple of holes next to the road, hole 7 (confusing and no good line to throw), not picturesque. Overall, not one of my favorite local courses. The new Dogwood Park in Cartersville is much prettier and picturesque "


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