Pheasant Run Golf Course
|Blue M: 73.1/123||350||165||359||483||355||385||480||353||190||3120||360||506||400||207||388||405||590||204||412||3472||6592|
|White M: 70.7/121||332||146||330||464||334||375||469||330||160||2940||350||490||388||197||356||371||532||191||359||3234||6174|
|Yellow M: 66.1/111||310||130||291||455||322||356||412||307||134||2717||340||428||335||186||345||357||483||179||326||2979||5696|
|Gold W: 68.0/115||310||130||291||429||322||314||412||307||134||2649||322||428||335||155||303||311||483||154||326||2817||5466|
|Red W: 67.1/113||273||120||266||417||305||298||385||288||126||2478||311||388||299||145||282||280||448||112||281||2546||5024|
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best the course has looked!
The course was/is in GREAT condition. the greens where a little on the spongey side, but very good shape.
Not sure why everyone writes bad reviews about this place. I thought it was definitely playable and would play there again no problem. The only complaint is the greens were soft and putting was a little harder gauging the speed. 32$ no problem. See ya next time!
They took my living room carpet as an idea for their greens!
$27 not worth it. Only thing we could find and I regret driving 50 minutes and spending $27 on this trash place. Can’t find your ball in the rough half the time cause of all the weeds and white dandelions sprouting. Course was flat everywhere, maybe 2 hills on the course on holes next to each other. No challenge with elevation. Greens were worse part. Putting on my living room carpet. Grass doesn’t get cut, extremely slow, and everything goes straight even if you think there’s movement. Forget about knocking in any putt because you have to take a good hack at the ball to even get it remotely close to the hole! You have a downhill putt? Hit it like you’re trying to blow it past the hole because If not, you will be short. Overall, just not a good course. Needs better care taken on it.
Needs some attention
Granted we've had quite a bit of rain recently, but none of the fairways were mowed with the grass being about 3 inches high making it difficult to find balls in the fairway.
Most of the rough areas were covered with white dandelion balls and the grass about 6 to 8 inches high on the front nine. They were mowing the rough on the back nine so about half of them were cut by the time we played.
The grass on the greens was also long kind of like walking on heavily padded carpet. Greens we could live with, the rest of the course you can keep.
First and probably last time playing this course.
It’s was just great to be alive and healthy to play in these trying times
Enjoyed playing golf under pandemic conditions course was great to play what a great feeling just to be out with friends enjoying golf I could of been playing any course and it would have been great just happy to be alive and healthy enough to play
For the price of 18 ($32) this was by far the worst course I’ve ever played. The fairways are riddled with dandelions and crab grass. The greens were terrible as well. (Like I was putting on my living room carpet). DO NOT GOLF HERE.
This course was absolutely awful. There were no “fairways”, and greens were terrible. For the amount of money it cost for 18 you would think it would go to some upkeep. I’ve never left a round early and we left after 7 holes into 18. DO NOT GOLF HERE.
Course is in rough shape
Weeds on greens. It’s a shame a nice course like this is being let go so badly.
I believe the owner of the property (Sptizer) is just waiting for it to worsen and develop the land.
Staff was kind...
The golf cart had to be primed each time to start...30-40 seconds wait time...
Typical Pheasant run conditions, but worse. The Covid crises did not do any benefit to the course. I would not have played here if it wasn’t the only option and regretted going after getting out. Poorly maintained - no distinction between rough and fairways, spongy greens that haven’t been mowed all year, and absolutely no dandelion control. 10$/round might be fair, but 32$ is robbery. Owners need to invest in the course or sell because it is better off being a parking lot with the shape it is in every year. Pheasant run golf Is an insult to golf and all that it stands for.
Good price for the condition of the course.
Course is in nice condition for this time of year. Would play there again because of pace of play, condition of course and price to play.
Good Course/Conditions- Fun Round of Golf
It was not busy at all. Course was in good condition. Challenging/Fun/Forgiving layout. Definitely recommend! We will definitely return to play here again. And, Staff was very friendly!
We were out with friends getting ready to tee up on the second hole when a man comes out on a cart yelling at our friends that the cart was not supposed to be out he was picking it up. We asked how were we to know that. He said it had to brought back now. Our friends had to take the cart back in the middle of our round of golf. I have NEVER seen anything like that. Terrible customer service. Like the course and it’s close to home, but that treatment gives us serious doubt we will be back!
Can’t complain too much for $20 for 18w/cart. Course is wide open off the tee so it’s a good course to play to knock the rust off or if your game is struggling. Greens are in really good shape. Course has some rough, patchy spots and the holes can be somewhat repetitive at times but overall good bang for buck