Grand Central Station
Pros: -EASY Navigation
-Great Tee signs
-Good tee boxes
-Goals are in good shape.
-No gimmick holes
-Good mix of short and long holes
-Real bathrooms on site
Cons: -High voltage lines and substation view leave a little to be desired.
-Some walking paths may be tough for carts.
Other Thoughts: I have been hearing a lot about Grand Central Station and I finally got a chance to play there Saturday. I have to say I was impressed!
In the parking area, there is an actual functioning bathroom that was not incredibly nasty! I literally have never seen that before. There was a great welcome sign, and hole one was easily accessible from parking lot.
We played the black course, and navigation was a piece of cake. Never did I wonder where I needed to go for the next hole. The signage and paths helped me to navigate with ease.
Holes 6 and 7 were king of ugly with the high voltage lines, but I would say it was a good use of an available resource to get the course in. Those two holes gave me a great opportunity to stretch out and chuck my distance drivers, which felt very nice.
Hole 8 in the fall colors was my favorite hole by far. The approach shot is absolutely beautiful.
There was only really one mando on the entire course and it was probably necessary to add a little pucker factor to the throw.
Hole 14 was a fun little short toss that was not hard, but the island green can be a little intimidating.
Overall, I would not say this was a highly challenging course, but it was no slouch either. This one is definitely a fun play, and will probably make my list of favorites.
This is a great course for all level players. It plays open and tight wooded fairways. I started playing this course recently, but it has taught me well within two to three months. If you haven't played this course, I encourage you to come out and throw, you are gonna love it. There are 5 new holes that are close to being done, those new holes are challenging and will add new features to the course. Come check it out and find it for yourself.
Amazing layout! This is an awesome course that has something for everyone. I've been here about 5 times and every time there are at least 1-2 groups and people walking there dogs. My personal favorite holes are 5, 12, 15, and 18. If you are taking a trip or live close by this is a must play.
As of current only 9 holes in the ground, however, this course seems to be sparing little expense on the extras. Large, erosion-preventing t-pads, great parking area, well maintained fairways, and nice targets. Hole #6 appears to be the longest on the course with elevation change and a giant electric tower mando to throw through (great idea). There are several open holes but several with tight, challenging fairways like number 9 past the gate. If as much time, money, and forethought go into the back nine, this will likely become a'go to' course in the area.
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