Pros: -Great tee pads.
-All tee signs have distances.
-All goals in great shape.
-Challenging technical holes with tight windows.
-Easy to follow flow.
-Very clean course.
-Lots of elevation.
-Many challenging putt angles
Cons: -Very short holes in general.
-No layout on tee signs
Other Thoughts: This was the first course I have played in the upstate area. I agree with earlier reviews. This is a great course for beginner to intermediate (and anyone that needs to work on their short game.
Each hole presents variable looks with challenging elevation change. You not only need to navigate trees, but you also need to be on the correct side of each goal to avoid death putts.
There is a creek that meanders through most of the course that was clear when we played and not particularly deep in any area. It is not really a risk for lost discs.
The one thing I missed most when I played this course was room to drive for significant distance. There were really only 2-3 holes over 330 ft, but I did enjoy the 18th hole at 375.
Due to the lack of length, I could only really give the course a 3, but it is an excellent place to sharpen your short game. Get good here, and you will be trouble on any course.
Probably the best "in town" courses in the south. It really is a great walk through the woods with pretty easy shots and a variety of opportunities. I played there almost daily and never had to worry about anything, sometimes playing a course alone can be dangerous at an "in town" course, but felt very safe. Great ace shots a plenty! Playing at night can be crowded and also there is a baseball field adjoining where little league plays frequently, so just be aware and play on! Great layed out course, good signs and well manicured are all winners in my book.
This course is one of the best courses in the state. This course is not the longest course you are going to play. It is one of the shortest course you will play. Noodle arms like me where birds are very possible on many holes it is fun. Great Ace opportunities. The only complaint I have is I wish it had 1-3 more holes over 300 feet.
Nice course. Starts off with some short teasers, but it'll get you throwing once you get into it.
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