Park at the seven points visitor center, the first tee are located right beside the parking lot on the south side of the building The huntingdon County visitors bureau will be selling starter packs and renting discs in the raystown reflections gift shoppe inside the visitor center for use on the course. In partnership with Kids in Parks, Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, you can log your round and be sent prizes! Visit the main website at: https://www.kidsinparks.com/ and the Pine 9 website at: https://www.kidsinparks.com/seven-points-pine-nine-ntdgc
Concrete, Turf Tees
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Raystown Lake Ranger Office: 814.658.3405 Or Scott.firstname.lastname@example.org://www.kidsinparks.com/seven-points-pine-nine-ntdgc
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Good fun course visiting for the day from South Carolina glad I made the stop. Wish I could of played the 18
Always well maintained. A good mix of shorts required. There a bathroom and water fountain between holes 5 and 6.
Fun little exec style DGC! Only a putter and an occasional approach disc need.
Nice shorter course with some tough lines. Eary in the season, stray shots could get tough to find later on.
Seven Points Ravine 180 mi
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