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I used to play this course regularly, but that was years ago. It is only a 9 hole course and it isn't really that challenging. For what it is, it's acceptable. There are tracts of land that could be purchased to turn the course into a small 18-hole course, but I doubt that will ever happen. If you want a 9-hole course you can play quickly and just go out, spend some time and relax, this is a good course for that. Because of the course design, it's really just a driving range with holes so you can go out and work on your swing. The last time I was there, the "Driving Range", was nothing more than an open area with a green at the back. You had to provide your own balls and retrieve your balls after you were done. I don't know if that has changed, but shagging your own practice balls is not something I want to do when a machine can do it for me at other courses. I don't think I will ever play this golf course again, even though I am from Kilgore. There are better quality 18-hole courses within 20 minutes or less that you can play instead.