Rolling Hills Golf Course
Rolling Hills Golf Club in Pulaski is one of the area's most popular public courses. The course has been family owned and operated since it first opened in 1967. The course has a traditional design that is player friendly enough for beginners and high handicappers to enjoy. It's even gentle enough for junior players but there are still some challenging holes that will appeal to seasoned golfers. The front nine plays longer than the back nine, where the short holes require strong second shots. The first half of the golf course plays across flatter terrain with clear sight lines. The beginning holes are all straightforward while the back nine is trickier with more hills. Be prepared for quite a few blind shots. Water doesn't come into play but there are strategically placed bunkers throughout Rolling Hills Golf Club.
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If you wanted mini golf go to Mr. C's
The greens at this dog track are bumpy and anemically slow, if not for the poor keeping of it the front would have a couple good holes, but the back nine is so easy that it takes away from the course, Hole 10 is a mockery of a par 5, Every time I leave I say I'm never going back
Very nice course, staff were really friendly
Would do this course again and again. Why do you need 13 more letters to write a review.
For my first time playing this course, I was extremely happy with Rolling Hills. I had a 25% off a hot deal coupon, which allowed me to book this tee time for around $12. The course is in surprisingly good shape and very well maintained. Fairways are neat and clean, and the greens run smooth and quick. The front 9 plays like a somewhat traditional course, but the back 9 gets nifty real quick. A lot of blind shots come in to play (more than I would prefer) and par 4's get really short (multiple under 300 yards). The only downside is that it's a 30 minute drive for me to play here. I would give five stars if the back 9 wasn't so unorthodox, but I guess that's half the fun! But for me to give a five star review I expect a course to be in remarkable condition likewise of a PGA course!
Great value for the price
This courses front 9 had only a couple challenging holes. Once you make the turn for the back 9 the holes start getting much more difficult. It was a lot of fun to play the course though.
This course requires direction control
The greens were very true and held a good shot. The front nine plays much longer than the back nine. Good second shots are necessary on the short back nine. Tee shot must be in play on every hole. A very enjoyable course.
Good course for the money
Nice course. The front nine is very nice and in great shape. Very playable as you can see everything in front of you. The back nine is ok...very hilly with quite a few blind shots and can be difficult to tell which direction to go as a first timer but short enough to still score decent.
save your money , play elsewhere
-ridiculously priced for the value
-cheap carts with no windshield or handle overhead for the bumpy beaten cart paths
- obviously don't want women golfers since we get no yardage on the card or our tee boxes
I play 3 times a week around western Pa & eastern Oh and have never been more disappointed. In golf you get what you pay for normally. I've payed $12 for 9 at a hackers course and loved it. I've played 18 hole rounds for $65 and had a great day and thought it was money well spent. I won't be going back to Rolling Hills.