Pinecrest Golf Course
|White (W)||35||2334 yards||34.0||112|
|Red (W)||35||2076 yards||32.5||108|
|Blue M: 32.3/107||408||263||160||351||320||315||176||480||146||2619||2619|
|White M: 31.6/103 W: 33.6/109||391||253||138||345||300||310||156||468||128||2489||2489|
|Red M: 30.7/98 W: 32.3/103||373||180||123||311||270||300||133||450||100||2240||2240|
Local municipal course that is poorly maintained. Pace of play often pushes 2.5 hours for a 9 hole course that barely exceeds 2500yds.
Course condition was less than impressive (I played 3/11/17), even for the time of year. Roughs and fairways were very patchy and difficult to play out of, greens were bumpy with some bare spots. Overall, the course is extremely short (I only hit 1 driver) which doesn't allow for the use of many clubs. It was fairly cheap, so you get what you pay for. Also, there are foot golf holes covering the entire course in the middle of fairways, tee boxes, etc. which made the layout of the course feel very scattered and all over the place. I would recommend the course for people who don't play much and are just looking to have fun. I didn't dislike the round, but I probably won't play again.
Fun 9 hole walk
Pinecrest is a great course to work on your game. A nice walk after work when you want to play a two hour round. The greens have been in great condition, the construction of the dam on 7/8 has healed. The course is short and tight in some areas. You will only hit driver on one hole, that is why it's a good test for your other clubs. I've always enjoyed my rounds here, great staff and great patrons.