Raleigh Country Club
|Burgundy M: 73.5/135||508||411||195||361||403||235||440||564||323||3440||414||422||570||419||226||350||432||151||445||3429||6869|
|Blue M: 70.9/131||483||354||177||337||379||204||395||531||299||3159||380||398||521||392||196||328||398||138||427||3178||6337|
|White M: 68.2/125||464||308||141||266||342||129||368||498||281||2797||358||282||468||375||188||263||380||125||403||2842||5639|
|Black W: 69.7/125||446||271||134||258||334||119||342||426||269||2599||354||278||395||310||140||255||295||112||352||2491||5090|
I wanted to leave a review since there wasn't anything on here. I went there last week with a friend of mine who is a member and golfed 18. The staff and driving range is very nice and they even have Titleist range balls for you to use. The front 9 was pretty challenging with a lot of hazards and water to start out. The greens here are among some of the best I've ever golfed on and extremely fast but roll true. I would say the greens here are very comparable to Reedy Creek's if you have ever golfed there; very fast and trimmed short but the greens are very soft and provide really good check ups if you are able to put some good back spin on it. The back 9 is a lot easier and you don't come across as many hazards. Overall I would say RCC is a hidden gem in the triangle and if given the chance to golf there I would check it out, you will be glad you did.