Loch Nairn Golf Course
|Red (W)||71||5224 yards||69.1||116|
|Blue M: 69.5/123||404||365||356||581||306||347||312||471||205||3347||166||382||418||415||552||200||435||166||328||3062||6409|
|White M: 68.0/119||385||343||348||567||295||329||306||444||176||3193||131||347||396||398||529||190||415||161||316||2883||6076|
|Gold M: 65.8/116 W: 72.3/129||350||327||333||515||280||315||306||426||153||3005||109||328||360||375||475||166||393||148||306||2660||5665|
|Red W: 69.1/124||313||313||319||506||261||292||297||414||125||2840||95||314||278||340||455||153||343||141||265||2384||5224|
Greens are on the quick side and pure
Walked with a push cart in 3 hours and 20 minutes. Some great holes and plenty of trouble if inaccurate
Unfair for me to give a poor review in these times where everything has been shut down. Course needs irrigation. Fairways rock hard with little grass. Layout is ok. Worth playing just to get out.
Love this course
Love playing Loch Narin. Good location, friendly staff, course can get a bit swampy on the front 9 but overall great course.
60+ degrees in Jan
Course ran out of golf carts. Started 30 minutes late. Course crowded on a beautiful Jan day. Muddy but to be expected. All in all great to get out after about 2 months.
I played this course for the first time on a cool and rainy winter day. Very little mud and mush despite the wet conditions. Lots of elevation changes and a bit of water keep the simple layout interesting. Great staff and nice facilities. Could do with a lot less goose poop, but the greens are mostly clean. I’ll have to go back in the spring.
FROM THE START TO FINISH WAS A GREAT DAY FOR A ROUND GOLF IN NOVEMBER AT LOCH NARIN.
Great course for the money
In spite of being a holiday our pace of play was spot on expectations. We never had to wait all day either on the tee or approaching the green. Playing in the fall is hit or miss when it comes to leaf trouble. Not so here as the grounds staff had done an excellent job of keeping the fairways and adjacent rough mostly leaf free. Both the Fairways and greens were in pristine condition. The sand traps however were a bit hit or miss. I definitely would recommend Loch Nairn as a track to play this fall!
greens and fairways thumbs up.
Tee boxes could use a little work. Everything else.....A+
Well worth the drive
Good layout with a assortment of quality holes that will enable you to use most of you clubs. I'm not a big fan of doglegs but these seem to play more natural than those at other courses, if that makes any sense withe the exception of the 1st and 5th holes. Better not let up after getting to the green. Conditions are fine but be careful where you decide to tee up the ball as some of the tee were a tad uneven and a few seemed a little wet maybe from lack of sunshine do to too much tree cover. Anyway, I would make the trip from Philly any day of the week to play here.
Played 20 holes in under 3:30. We ran into a 4 some repeated 2 holes and never had to wait again. Greens in great shape. Tee boxes were a little worn. One of my favorite courses.
Round of Golf
This was the worst course I have played in years. It doesn't even qualify as a cow pasture because cows wouldn't set foot on it and I won't again. Fairways had bunches of grass from being cut and had numerous burnt out sections. Employees cutting the grass just continued to cut the grass as golfers approached their golf balls for the next shot which I find as disrespectful and unacceptable.