Cross Creek Country Club
|Red (W)||73||4873 yards||69.7||124|
|Black M: 72.3/136||519||159||342||515||379||408||209||352||414||3297||164||525||416||315||154||443||428||518||441||3404||6701|
|White M: 70.9/128 W: 77.2/145||489||140||320||488||361||392||189||328||392||3099||160||512||390||292||140||411||405||502||418||3230||6329|
|Gold M: 68.1/118 W: 73.5/133||415||121||253||429||342||307||171||306||380||2724||144||431||344||273||121||363||395||467||373||2911||5635|
|Red M: 64.8/114 W: 69.1/122||377||113||247||390||272||283||135||283||288||2388||111||383||298||266||103||335||349||379||316||2540||4928|
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Four years later
We last played Cross Creek four years ago. The course conditions were a bit improved but the recent tropical storms have left their mark. Some areas were still soggy from rain and we played 90/90 to protect the fairways. This has a small impact on pace of play but we still finished in about 4.5 hours. The course layout is fun to play with flat, water hazard laden, front 9 and a hilly back nine. Greens were fast but playable but hole placement made staying below the pin imperative.
The facility has suffered a bit over time with some wear and tear and the dining area/snack bar are tucked behind a maze of hallways.
Still, a worthwhile visit.
If you want to play a course with a mix of holes that will challenge your whole game, Cross Creek is for you. The longer holes have wide landing areas, while the shorter ones require percision. The par 3s are a great mix of distance and elevation changes.
The fairways are in great shape, and the rough is penalizing. The greens are fast but, run true. They are tiered and undulating also. Bunkers are placed in strategic locations and play consistent throughout the course.
I recommend this course for the scratch and weekend duffer alike.
We had an enjoyable round of golf on a well maintained golf course. Greens were awesome. I don't think i've ever experienced a more friendly staff. On my way thru the parking lot I greeted a gentleman and we both agreed how pleasant it was to play at Cross Creek CC.
Course was in great shape tee to green. Greens were a little slow but rolled true. Need to know layout of course. Course book was very helpful. Would definitely play again. Rachel in the bar/grill was very friendly and helpful.
Booked this while visiting Greensboro. I wanted to visit Mayberry & play a course that was different. Thoroughly enjoyed this little gem nestled in the woods. Great condition, great pace & the layout very unique.
This course is always in excellent condition. Greens were smooth, but slower than usual, due to dry summer they are not cutting them as close as normal.
I got a tee time from Golfnow and when I got to the course realized that it was behind the member member golf tournament. It took us Four hours to play fourteen holes so we left.The condition of the course was great and greens were running around a nine and rolled true.The clubhouse is nice and course had a lot of character. My only recommendation would be to have more yardage markers on each hole.
Saturday afternoon tee time
Course was wet but in decent shape. Very disappointed course allows 5 some group to play on weekend when course is busy. 4.5 hour round isn’t enjoyable at all.
The biggest thing I see that they need to work on is the cart paths
Cross creek is a great course. Once the grass comes in it will be 5 stars easily. Challenging layout. The food in the clubhouse is amazing. Best hot dogs and onion rings I've ever tasted. Don't get rid of the food.
A Few Issues
It was an extremely gorgeous day for this time of year (30 Nov), with cloudless blue skies and virtually no wind, and a temperature approaching 70 degrees. The course itself was very nice, with dormant, brown Bermuda grass, which is to be expected this time of the year. There isn't proper signage showing golfers where the first tee is. You need to leave the cart area and go through the parking lot and pass in front of the club house to find the first tee. The first 9 holes are on one side of the road and 10-16 are across the road. The 17th and 18th holes are back across the road on the club house side. The course was fair and challenging and the booklet given to us from the pro shop helped a lot. The front 9 is fairly flat, but once you cross the road to play 10-16, the course gets hilly, but not extremely so. The other gripe aside from the lack of signage was there was no water to drink on the course. It wasn't that the water coolers were empty, there just weren't any at all in the little wooden cooler housings! Management needs to realize that a golfer doesn't have to be playing in 90-degree weather in order to have a need to stay hydrated. We brought it to the attention to a staff member after our round who seemed surprised there was no water, but then seemingly tried to excuse the absence by saying, "Well, it is November after all." Didn't make sense, but what can you do? All in all it was a fairly good experience.
What a gem
This was quite a surprise for our foursome. The course is truly a Country Club with nice amenities and a golf course with a lot of character. The pace of play was great and the greens were in great shape The fairways and tee boxes were in great shape and this course is one our foursome will put on the list to play.
Great layout Greens were slow but they were getting ready to punch Tee to green it was a 10 My 2nd time and won't be the last
Nice Course !
Great course. It's challenging so be careful of the sand and water. The greens looked great. The course is kept up really nice. Great staff and friendly fellow golfers.