Tee-Up Golf Center's Indian Mounds Golf Course
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Mosquitoes in swarms
We were interested in trying the course and supporting them. At check-in we explained it was our first time there, however there was no mention of the mosquitoes and definite need for bug spray by the attendant. We made it through two holes and had to quit. I will say there were other golfers out there, but they must have been coated in mosquito repellent to survive. When we asked for either a refund or a "rain check" the answer was there was nothing he could do. It wasn't raining. Hard to support an establishment that isn't willing to work with you to get your business. The Greens were in fair to poor condition with major bare spots.
Great little executive course
I've played Indian Mounds numerous times over the years. It's an executive course with at least 6 holes requiring driving with a driver or FW wood. The course is usually in decent shape as are the greens. Note though, this course sits in the old Mississippi flood plain area. It's relatively flat and after heavy rains will have spots on the course that become swampy or water logged. It's a great warm up course and the cost of $15 which includes a cart is a bargain.