Cedar Ridge Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||5452 yards|
|Blue M: 70.7/121||410||385||315||370||188||490||124||394||500||3176||325||80||530||425||440||380||475||175||360||3190||6366|
|White M: 69.2/117||400||375||290||360||181||485||119||385||495||3090||315||75||520||415||420||365||465||160||350||3085||6175|
|Gold M: 66.1/111||290||365||285||315||177||470||120||365||472||2859||310||72||480||416||395||345||440||132||310||2900||5759|
|Red W: 70.2/119||285||360||285||310||173||465||120||350||470||2818||275||60||410||410||340||335||430||124||300||2684||5502|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Great value for beginning and intermediate golfers. Most fairways are wide and forgiving, but back nine has a few interesting challenges in store!
This course was in good shape and was a great value to play. Overall it was a good day and the pro shop personnel was great. I would definitely play it again for the value.
We will start with how they only advertise walking rates here online, which are very enticing because it’s cheap. Once you get to the course you learn that you can use carts, but by that time you have already paid for your round online. You can still use the carts for only an extra $13 per person. When you add the extra money for the carts to your total you are still looking at maybe $25-$28. After three holes you will learn that you over paid for this course. On this course the “rough” plays better than the fairways. The fair ways are so choppy and your ball will surely end up in a little dirt spot right between two little patches of grass which leaves you with an atrocious lie. They clearly don’t maintain the course and are over charging for it. Take your business elsewhere where they aren’t so sleazy!
Nice course for the money
Good cource fun layout expecially on the back nine great value. Small fairways and greens nice water features
First time playing after 2 months. Enjoyed hitting the golf ball, while adhering to the COVID-19 rules on the courses. Overall experience was very good in spite of the new rules. Yes I would recommend playing Cedar Ridge. You get what you pay for, knowing that before hand. You will enjoy the experience.
Owner and staff were extremely accommodating! Great prices and a reasonably challenging layout for the price.
After sitting a home for months it got nice, and lots of golfers were out. Course for winter conditions was above average. Staff was very friendly.
Played on a Friday, arrived early for my tee time. All I see is a bunch of carts and people waiting to tee off. Never seen anything like it, no organization whatsoever.
Played the back 9 twice since I couldn’t play the front due to whatever reasons. Terrible pace. They never offer to accommodate me to play the front 9. Hard grounds, ball rolls a thousand times, questionable greens. The holes i did play we’re fun but this place needs help. I see what they are trying to do but it will take more ingenuity and care. Will 10000% not go back. You get what you pay for.
Nice course for the average golfer. The only real complaint is the crabgrass mid June til frost., and in the fall most other courses mow the fairways,. This one doesn't. What would it take for crabgrass pre emergence and the follow up mid summer when remaining comes out.
$11 for 18 holes
The coarse has potential to be decent but it's in rough shape. Staff was cool and some of the holes are pretty fun to play but it seems like the maintenance is choppy at best. But for $11 for 18 can't expect too much
Very unfriendly staff; terrible course conditions
Extremely, unfriendly staff and the course conditions were deplorable--from shotty tee boxes to patchy fairways to overgrown rough to spotty greens. They should pay customers to play there. I would not recommend this course to anyone. In fact, I will be telling everyone I know not to go there!!!