Stone Mountain Golf Club
|Red (W)||70||3786 yards||63.2||103|
|Blue M: 66.2/128||136||302||197||313||206||437||301||457||178||2527||421||282||346||296||156||334||198||300||412||2745||5272|
|White M: 64.7/120||110||282||170||293||136||400||279||435||159||2264||382||271||329||263||148||311||164||288||393||2549||4813|
|Red W: 63.2/103||90||196||100||215||113||288||227||275||143||1647||345||212||291||228||101||200||137||259||366||2139||3786|
The title says it all. If you care at all about golf, you will be appalled at the condition of this course. We played here because of the good reviews on Facebook and the praising comments of this course condition on the website. It also looked like a good deal ($20 for morning weekend tee time). The fairway grass was as tall and thick as rough. The ball would bury (in the fairway!), and it would take several minutes to find a good tee shot. The grass on the tees was equally as tall. This made it almost impossible to tee the ball up the right length. The grass around the green varied in type and thickness. The greens were fairly decent. However, they would not hold anything other than a high flop. The extremely elevated greens on some holes made it impossible to get the ball high enough for it to stay on the green. If you're looking for scenic views and dramatic elevation changes, this place is for you. If you care about the condition of tees, fairways, and greens, I would steer clear.