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3.8
7 Reviews (7)
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1
Conditions
3.2
Value
4.3
Layout
3.9
Friendliness
4.8
Pace
3.8
Amenities
4.0
76.5%
Recommend this course
5 out of 7 reviews
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3.3
4 Reviews (4)
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Conditions
3.3
Value
4.3
Layout
3.3
Pace
3.0
Amenities
4.0
StaffFriendliness
4.5
75.0%
Recommend this course
3 out of 4 reviews
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3.4
5 Reviews (5)
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4
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Conditions
3.4
Value
4.4
Layout
3.4
Pace
3.4
Amenities
4.0
StaffFriendliness
4.6
60.0%
Recommend this course
3 out of 5 reviews
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About

Holes 18
Type Public
Par 71
Length 6263 yards
Slope 118
Rating 69.0

Course Details

Year Built 1957
Fairways Bermuda Grass
Golf Season Year round
Architect Ellis Maples

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes
Clubs Yes
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Caddies No
Golf School Academy Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area Yes
Putting Green Yes

Policies

Credit Cards Accepted VISA, MasterCard, Discover
Metal Spikes Allowed No
Walking Allowed Yes

Food & Beverage

Bar, Snacks

Available Facilities

Clubhouse, Lockers

Reviews

3.8
7 Reviews (7)
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Reviews 12
Handicap 5-9
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
1.0
First Time Playing

Worst Golf Experience of My Life

To start, the layout isn’t bad, a relatively short course but most of the holes are pretty straight and uninteresting. A lot of blind tee shots which is a big problem with slow play (more on that in a minute). As for the conditions, the fairways and rough were decent but the fairways were a little overgrown though there had been a lot of rain recently. The greens were extremely slow and several were quite patchy. They advertise them as new but if so they need their money back or the superintendent fired because multiple greens are over half bare. The bunkers were not well kept and pretty firm. Overall conditions were subpar even for a municipal.

The real issue though was the pace of play. I’m not sure anyone that plays here understands the rules of golf etiquette especially how to let someone through. I went out late on a Sunday afternoon as a riding single and waited on every shot, no one even considered letting me through. I was behind an impossibly slow twosome on the front that regardless of me arriving at the tee before they had teed off never acknowledged me or thought about letting me through. I was going to just walk off after 9 but they quit so I thought things would improve. They did for one hole, when I got to 11 there was threesome on the tee that I waited on for every shot until I left after 15. When I say I waited, I’m talking 5 minutes on every tee. I can usually play in under three hours when I’m waking as a single, when I left after the 15th I had been there for over three hours.

I can’t imagine any situation where I’ll return to this course, go play Reynolds Park it’s much better and cheaper.

Conditions Average
Value Fair
Layout Fair
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Poor
Played On
Reviews 2
Skill Beginner
Plays Once every three months
I Recommend This Course
4.0

Challenging but decent experience, disabled friendly

This is a municipal government-operated operated course located in the outskirts of W-S. I’ve played here on and off for two years as a beginner.

Don’t let the scorecard fool you, the relatively low slope rating is deceptive. This is a very challenging golf course with some narrow tree lined fairways, and hilly lies.

The front 9 is brutally difficult if you’re a beginner. There appears to be more room on tee shots than there really is on most of the holes, and if you hit it a little offline you will have to contend with some unpredictable lies and side hill shots. The signature hole of the course is probably #6, which is a tight downhill par 4 with a long approach shot over a creek.

The back 9 (which IMO is much better) is a bit friendlier and more open. 10-14 is a nice stretch of holes, and 18 is a classic straightaway finisher.

The fairways are okay, as are the tee-boxes. Don’t expect the rough to be very maintained, it’s luck of the draw if you hit it there. The greens tend to be pretty slow, though you can get some random fast uphill putts that will keep you engaged.

The course underwent a minor renovation in 2018-2019, with new cart paths. When I first played there the course was a bit burnt out, after the renovations though the greens looked much healthier, and the course seemed slightly more roomy and easier.

The course hosts practices for some delegations of Special Olympics each fall in preparation for the state games, and if you have a disabled child or are yourself, they will often let you play for free. The clubhouse is 9/10 for a municipal course, very nice. The best part of the course is the value, it’s very affordable.

Overall as long as you don’t expect to play a country club level course, you’ll have a solid time here, it’s worth the cost.

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Average
Friendliness Good
Pace Average
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 2
Skill Beginner
Plays Once every three months
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played

Challenging but decent course, disabled friendly

This is a municipal government-operated operated course located in the outskirts of W-S. I’ve played here on and off for two years as a beginner.

Don’t let the scorecard fool you, the relatively low slope rating is deceptive. This is a very challenging golf course with some narrow tree lined fairways, and hilly lies.

The front 9 is brutally difficult if you’re a beginner. There appears to be more room on tee shots than there really is on most of the holes, and if you hit it a little offline you will have to contend with some unpredictable lies and side hill shots. The signature hole of the course is probably #6, which is a tight downhill par 4 with a long approach shot over a creek.

The back 9 (which IMO is much better) is a bit friendlier and more open. 10-14 is a nice stretch of holes, and 18 is a classic straightaway finisher.

The fairways are okay, as are the tee-boxes. Don’t expect the rough to be very maintained, it’s luck of the draw if you hit it there. The greens tend to be pretty slow, though you can get some random fast uphill putts that will keep you engaged.

The course underwent a minor renovation in 2018-2019, with new cart paths. When I first played there the course was a bit burnt out, after the renovations though the greens looked much healthier, and the course seemed slightly more roomy and easier.

The course hosts practices for some delegations of Special Olympics each fall in preparation for the state games, and if you have a disabled child or are yourself, they will often let you play for free. The clubhouse is 9/10 for a municipal course, very nice. The best part of the course is the value, it’s very affordable.

Overall as long as you don’t expect to play a country club level course, you’ll have a solid time here, it’s worth the cost.

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Average
Friendliness Good
Pace Average
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 4
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
4.0
First Time Playing

Fantastic value with challenging terrain

1st time on this course and I was not disappointed. Friendly professional staff with trim and new-feeling clubhouse. I played the back 9 and the variety of terrain was excellent. Don’t be fooled by the width of the fairways that you see in the videos into thinking that this course is a piece of cake - the cross-fairway slope produces a lot of challenging lies. Like other courses in the Piedmont, there is a lot of up and down with nice vistas of the course. I walked, but the cart paths were recently redone and look great. Fairway condition is what I would expect for late winter, but the Zoysia greens were pristine (and a little slow, which is OK by me). Value was fantastic. Restaurant will re-open at the end of March. All18 holes are in play now as the cart path repaving is done. The course has a dignified, public air - nice place. PS It is not far from Reynolds (general aviation) airport, so there are small airplanes intermittently in the sky - they are mostly single prop planes and they sound more like a lawnmower rather than a jumbo jet, so it is not too distracting - to me, it give the location a bit of charm rather than making it too noisy.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 4
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
4.0
First Time Playing

Fantastic value with challenging terrain

1st time on this course and I was not disappointed. Friendly professional staff with trim and new-feeling clubhouse. I played the back 9 and the variety of terrain was excellent. Don’t be fooled by the width of the fairways that you see in the videos into thinking that this course is a piece of cake - the cross-fairway slope produces a lot of challenging lies. Like other courses in the Piedmont, there is a lot of up and down with nice vistas of the course. I walked, but the cart paths were recently redone and look great. Fairway condition is what I would expect for late winter, but the Zoysia greens were pristine (and a little slow, which is OK by me). Value was fantastic. Restaurant will re-open at the end of March. All18 holes are in play now as the cart path repaving is done. The course has a dignified, public air - nice place. PS It is not far from Reynolds (general aviation) airport, so there are small airplanes intermittently in the sky - they are mostly single prop planes and they sound more like a lawnmower rather than a jumbo jet, so it is not too distracting - to me, it give the location a bit of charm rather than making it too noisy.

Conditions Good
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Played On
Reviews 3
Handicap Don't know
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Previously Played
Perfect weather
Used cart

Hills, Water, Etc.

Nice, challenging course. This course is a must-play. It's pretty challenging and quaint. The staff is super friendly too.

Conditions Fair
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Reviews 1
Handicap 25+
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Good weather
Used cart

Try it. You will not be disappointed

We were looking for a course near Winston-Salem and decided to try this one. I would definitely play it again and recommend. Good pace of play. Greens were excellent!

Conditions Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Difficulty Moderate
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