I may be going home next week for DGLO party, probably leave WV sunday/monday and play along the way, take a few days off then head back to this area.
Parkersburg (Actually, Walker, WV), WV- Mountwood: A very nice and long 9 hole course that plays along a shallow creek for almost every shot. Well maintained and scorecard/map provided inside. Fun and hard to get all the dueces, maybe 1-2 par 4's. Great overall worth checking out, very scenic. Creek is in play often, and if OB across it's hard to stay inbounds on the round.
Reedsville, OH- Forked Run State Park:Long and semi-challenging (mostly in short layout today), it's got lots of open holes with some trees and rough alongside them, with several tight woods holes. Great water shots, one basket perched on edge of hill in woods down to lake, one on a Dike with almost no landing zone besides water or a steep hill leaving a tough putt, check for pictures. It can be nasty off the fairway. Great smooth tees and signs. Overall one of the better courses out there, a little trimming and it'd be even better. Long range accuracy and drivers off the tee.
Ripley, WV- Parchment Valley: A nice and varied 9 hole course on a religious compound. The first two holes are field shots, then it has an over pond hole, then mostly tall skinny cedars on a hill. Fun and tougher than it looks, but no real par 4. Grass tees and hard to find teeing areas, maps provided by hole #1 though.