Today I met Ryan at Rotary park for a round with a guy named Bentley as well.
Huntingon, WV- Rotary:Fairly open hilly and grassy park, course winds around in mostly a loop. Some tight wooded holes, short and technical with punishing rough and rolls from baskets on hills. Two sets of nice tees and signs, can be long from long tee to long pin but from short to short it is duece or die, and we all died. Fun and easy to play.
Huntington, WV (Did not actually play due to Ivy)- The new course @Rotary: It's brand new, in tight woods, with ivy so prevalent we just walked it, couldn't even walk from 11 to 12 without getting it all over you, so it was not worth actually playing. Has a few cool holes like one that throwing under a bridge and through it is a Mando, and Ryan has a scar from that hole. I'll come back in January.
Prestonburg, KY- Jenny Wiley State Park:First off, the directions are so inadeqaute, it took an hour to find the park once in the area. Not only do the directions not tell you at all how to get there or find the course, but the park itself is insanely poorly marked. At one point, there's a sign pointing left to the park,and a sign pointing 90 degrees the other way for the park. One way, the road then splits and there's NO sign saying which way to the park, which is 6 miles down the right fork apparently. I will try to fix this if I can, possibly the hardest to find park ever as there's no cell signal there either. The course is on an old golf course, so it's mostly wide open with no trees to hit, just on the edges. Long and not skill-demanding, it didn't really have anything worthwhile to it. A few woods holes, one was crazy. A few nice open holes with big hills, and 2-3 with real 'fairways' shaped to throw. Good signs and pads though, just not spectacular at all like you'd think from a picture or the description. Cart path often OB hazard, and it favors a righty big time.