If you go in early spring, Salt Fork has my highest recommendation. It's a state park built around boating and camping and well off the beaten path so there's very little traffic in April/May. The cabins are a bit cheesy and you only want 3 people per, but the price is ridiculously cheap so that's fine.
The course is very, very fun. Very hilly and you'll see up to 100 feet of elevation on a few holes. Nothing like hitting 5 iron from 120. When we have gone there has been no one else out there - last trip we didn't even lay eyes on another golfer - and they let us play as a 6- or 7-some. 5 1/2 hours of 7 idiots on a golf course is, well, let's just say no one was allowed to break out the go-pro.
We like it so much that when we do our Oglebay trip we leave Friday morning, play Salt Fork at noon Friday, play Palmer at Oglebay on Saturday, and leave early Sunday morning to hit Salt Fork on the way back home. We actually prefer it to playing at Oglebay again - mostly because we can all play together.
Best part is the budget - cabins are under $200 for the weekend - total. So like $70 per person, and the course is quite reasonable as well - I want to say $30? It's priced such that you don't care if you ruin your round having so much fun. I could never pay $100 to play Longaberger without taking it totally seriously and really focusing up on every shot but at Salt Fork sometimes we don't even putt out.
The only negative is that it's in the middle of nowhere. Like it's a 12 minute drive just to leave the metro park area, and the closest metropolitan area is ... Cambridge. If you're the partying lot, or can't bring your own party, this may pose a challenge. Bring your own food and a quality grill, theirs are shit. There's a clubhouse but we didn't eat there, and without any campers around I don't even know how well it's staffed or open. It's only an hour to the casnio/racetrack at Oglebay or even over to Longaberger (the Virtues) if you want to sneak in a serious round of golf at an incredible course or just want to play it on the way.