Grandview Golf Course
|White (W)||72||6109 yards||74.0||126|
|Red (W)||72||5422 yards||70.3||118|
|White M: 67.8/120||315||318||178||304||337||312||516||150||515||2945||385||151||347||260||363||475||492||347||135||2955||5900|
|Red W: 69.8/121||281||284||158||250||300||292||472||137||493||2667||323||133||311||239||317||404||454||313||103||2597||5264|
Cow pasture with greens
The greens are ok albeit that four were under repair the day I played. The course is not well marked and fairways are very rough. As I said, a cow pasture with greens. The course is poorly laid out. Easy to get lost between holes for a first timer. Even my GPS had a hard time distinguishing between fairways. Even though they offer good deals (can $ at par for green fees and carts), it is strongly recommended that you play center fairway or stand to loose you ball in the poorly groomed roughs. There are few challenging holes. While I used a golf cart, the fairways were so bumpy that I would have preferred to walk. Although the staff I met were very pleasant, I did not enjoy the course and regrettably would not return. Loomis Trail is close by and offers a proper golf course. It is notably more expensive but well worth it when compared to Grandview.