901 W. Grand Av., Carterville Illinois 62918
Crab Orchard is a public 18-hole, par 70, 6,400-yard course located in southern Illinois in Williamson County
. The men's tees are rated at 71.0 with a slope of 129 while the ladies play a 5,050-yard course rated at 68.4 and a slope of 114.
Although predominately a flat course, a small number of knobs make for some interesting shot-making. The large greens are all guarded by bunkers so an accurate approach is mandatory if the golfer is to shoot low numbers.
Other Golf nearby:
(Carterville) Crab Orchard Golf Course
(Marion) Days Inn Marion
(Carbondale) Econo Lodge - Carbondale
(Vienna) Gambit Golf Course
(Carbondale) Hickory Ridge Family Golf Center
(Carbondale) Jackson Country Club
06/05 Coming to The Carterville area
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Lower Town Arts and Music Festival Paducah KY May17-19 The Lower Town Arts and Music Festival in Paducah, Kentucky is THE regional Festival for Western Kentucky and the surrounding area. The Festival's mission is to celebrate the cultural richness of this part of the country.
International Horseradish Festival Collinsville IL May31-June2 Admission is always free, parking is always free and musical entertainment is always free at the Horseradish Festival.
Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival Henderson KY June12-15 The W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival has become one of the largest free music festivals in the nation, drawing attendants from just about every state and many countries. The festival is a celebration of the life and legacy of Henderson resident and 'Father of the Blues', William Christopher Handy.