Catawba Creek Golf Course
|Gold (W)||70||4371 yards||66.9||112|
|Blue M: 69.3/130||350||207||390||374||532||363||210||399||390||3215||310||403||341||566||300||363||182||169||323||2957||6172|
|White M: 66.5/119 W: 72.6/126||330||147||366||332||466||346||164||337||339||2827||273||346||332||540||264||335||160||160||307||2717||5544|
|Gold M: 62.7/97 W: 65.7/109||296||106||234||248||370||230||125||305||312||2226||243||257||240||436||230||254||132||120||233||2145||4371|
Great local course
I have played this course a few times and I have always been impressed with the customer service and course conditions.
Greens are in good shape - fairways not so much
I will probably give this course another shot at some point. I thought that a $28 senior rate on a weekday was steep considering the overall quality of the course (when there are better quality courses at a lower rate available in the area). The fairways and tee boxes were fairly rough (not very good grass - lots of clover). The greens, however, were in good shape. The course should be better marked, so you could be sure you were going to the correct tee box (for the first timer).
Great course for an amateur
I have played this course many times. It is a good layout and is not totally penalizing to a stray shoot on many wholes. One is a dogleg right to a tiered green and all greens roll true but are very fast. On four flying over the green will most likely cost you a stroke as it is near a fence that is on. The toughest hole on the course is number 8 as you have to hit a layup off the tee that must be precise. Right can put in the pond and left will put you on a hill with trees blocking your shot to the green. The only strange thing at the course is that 16 and 17 are back to back par 3's. 18 is another layup hole off the tee from either the white tees or the senior tees. This is definitely one of my favorite courses to play since I am a high handicapper.