Cabin Greens Golf Course
Cabin Greens Golf Course is nestled in the scenic Allegheny River Valley with a convenient location that provides easy access from every direction. The course is nine holes with different tees so that you can play it at as 18-hole round. The layout is fairly short but there is plenty of room to play. You'll be disappointed if you're a seasoned golfer looking for a formidable round, but there are still a few challenging aspects to the round. There aren't any sand traps to worry about and the terrain isn't heavily wooded but there are some challenging slopes to the greens that will test your ability to make a good approach shot. For beginners looking to get some practice, Cabin Greens Golf Course is a great confidence booster but any skill level can appreciate the affordable rates.
|White (W)||36||2772 yards||35.9||113|
|Red (W)||36||2445 yards||33.9||104|
|White/Blue M: 67.5/109||331||353||212||478||437||159||374||202||226||2772||5692|
|Red/White W: 69.8/111||286||346||176||387||389||156||329||166||210||2445||5217|
This Course Is Great For Beginners. The Fairways Are Alittle High there’s Really no Rough everything is Cut The Same. The Greens Are Super Slow In The Morning Abd Super Fast By Mid Day.
Have played dang near half the Footgolf courses across the U.S and this one rates right near the top 10.
Lush, well maintained , challenging yet rewarding.
Nice little 9 Holer
I played as a single and played 18 in about 2 hours.
Not going back
The course was in bad shape. Some tee box's had grass so high it was the same height of the tee. The greens were soft and slow, but they were consistent, aside from the sprinkler heads in the middle of the greens, they were in good shape. There were a lot of blind second shots. There were a lot of slow groups, but they did let me play ahead. There was no differentiation between the fairways and rough most of the time. Honestly it's not worth the money, for a few bucks more you can play a lot nicer of a golf course nearby.
Hill side Golf
Most 2nd shots on this course are on a hill side. Greens are in really good shape. Most greens are raised up. Not bad if you like hill side golf
Not what you would expect for a 9 hole course. Conditions were great. Large greens and challenging. Well worth the 14$ for 18 with cart. Give it a try.
Nice Course fot the Value
Good course to practice on. Not difficult to play. Was busy and slow the day I played.
Cheap and easy, great for beginner
I'm a golfer just getting back into the game and this was a nice confidence-booster as I could focus on the basics without worrying too much about hazards and other challenges. I wouldn't recommend this course for anyone seeking a challenge, but if you're new or just want to relax and work on your fundamentals this could be an inexpensive way to do so.
The fairways were a little overgrown and the poor drainage on some holes nearly got my cart stuck in mud, but it also has rained a lot this week. For the price, it met my expectations and I'll likely come out again for another cheap round.
A great practice course
This course is relatively short but plenty of room to play. The greens were slow and in fair condition. The 3 par 4's can be reached in 2 by longer drivers. Easy birdie chances. If you need a chance to get out and work on your game more than you need a chance to play a great course, this is a great deal.
Cheap course but 13$ for 18 it's worth that
Cheap course but 13$ for 18 it's worth that. Hard to find yardage markers and when you do most likely off
Good for the money
I like playing this course whenever I decide to go out and play last minute due to the price and convenience. Compared to most other courses its pretty much dirt cheap. Granted there are some bare spots on the course, as well as a few other iffy landscapes, but it's nothing that affected my game or frustrated me. You get what you pay for and if you're like me and don't have the money to blow every week, this isn't a bad choice. Plus the course is pretty easy, great confidence booster, with a challenge here and there to keep it interesting.
The course well maintained and good for beginners.
There are no sand traps to worry about, which is a plus for beginners. There are few water hazards. All 9 holes are straight with not a lot of woods to worry about hitting you ball in to. Everyone I have met there including the staff are very polite and friendly. No one hurries you, everyone is there to have a relaxing afternoon.
Overall, the course is easy, yet has challenging aspects here and there. The back side of a lot of the greens drop off quite a bit, challenging you to make a good approach shot. For the price, Cabin Greens is hard to beat. If you have never been there, I would recommend giving them a try.