Hunting Hills Country Club
|Blue M: 69.7/124||399||173||326||174||501||370||380||353||363||3039||462||299||395||133||475||168||348||360||379||3019||6058|
|White M: 68.7/122||368||165||318||150||482||362||370||332||353||2900||459||291||382||123||458||150||327||333||370||2893||5793|
|Senior M: 64.0/110||364||161||314||147||440||305||313||275||348||2667||358||273||340||120||441||141||282||240||360||2555||5222|
|Red W: 70.9/128||359||157||309||113||437||302||309||272||344||2602||355||270||337||117||400||102||279||236||308||2404||5006|
Decent Golf Course
Everyone in the Roanoke Valley knows that this course is more appropriately referred to by its nickname, Hunting Balls. The fairways are tight and the woods are thick. Keep it in the short grass because balls lost to the left/right are almost certainly sacrificed to the golf gods. Course is somewhat short compared others in the area. However it is a good deal for what you pay.
Strategic Course & Excellent Food
HHCC challenged me to play more strategically by requiring the use of nearly all the clubs in my bag, negotiating elevation changes, accounting for lies above and below my feet, accuracy and, most certainly, reading greens. My goal this year was to greatly improve driving accuracy & short game; well, this course had certainly granted that; so much so, my usual golf group has commented on my new driving & short game abilities. Clearly, when I began to play this course well, the other Roanoke Valley courses became easier.