Hancock Park's front nine is very good with a lot of variety and some very challenging holes. The back nine is flat and doesn't offer a lot of variety, but it does have a lot of trees and some narrow holes. It is very short course (4782 from the front and 6029 from the back tees), which results in some good scores. Hancock Park's greens were in pretty bad shape but they are small and hard to hit plus they are elevated and if you miss them, you're looking at a tough chip shot. It's a great course to walk and inexpensive ($18 on the weekends). It's worth stopping and playing Hancock if you're passing through Lampasas and want to take a break. There is an RV park right across the street.