Pines at Edgewood Golf Course
There are two golf courses at the Edgewood facility in Big Bend, the Pines and the Oaks. Golfers of all skill levels are welcome at Edgewood. More experienced players can take on the formidable Oaks Course, which plays across rolling forested hills, while beginning and intermediate players might be more comfortable on the more player-friendly Pines Course. The forgiving Pines layout is flatter and more walker-friendly, but that is not to say it is a simple pitch-and-putt golf course. Plenty of sand bunkers come into play and there are large lakes that come into play on a few holes. At 6,500 yards, it is shorter than the other course by about 300 yards, offering a quicker pace of play. In addition to the two golf courses, Edgewood also has a driving range and short game facility with two putting greens, a chipping green, and a practice bunker.
|Gold (W)||72||5618 yards||71.6||121|
|Red (W)||72||5323 yards||69.9||117|
|Blue M: 71.6/124||476||340||142||390||380||462||451||179||435||3255||408||170||478||525||417||193||449||343||353||3336||6591|
|White M: 70.2/120 W: 75.7/130||471||326||124||371||366||452||441||161||376||3088||395||127||471||516||385||179||431||331||339||3174||6262|
|Gold M: 67.3/114 W: 72.1/123||421||251||124||340||309||382||390||134||366||2717||383||115||413||455||373||121||383||325||333||2901||5618|
|Red M: 65.9/112 W: 70.5/118||404||251||109||330||299||349||390||134||321||2587||345||115||413||450||330||121||378||290||294||2736||5323|
First time.... impressed
Off the beaten path, that's what I like. Very nice course and in great condition for early in season. Picky, I know, but would have been a perfect day if the beverage cart was around more. We saw her drive by on the 1st fairway and then not again until we were driving back to the clubhouse at the end of the round. Thirsty lol
Other golf courses when hosting a golf outing will let you know when you call in for a tee time that there is a group outing that day. Edgewood apparently does not, payed for 18 holes and a cart for me and my son. Two hours and forty minutes to play 9 holes, was not able to finish 18. When I complained to the tee shop, there response was " sorry our bad". Besides long play, the course was in sub standard condition. The following weeek played the Washington County course, it was one of the best courses that I have played this year, excellent condition!
Good Value Muni Close Proximity To Milwaukee
Played this course while visiting during 2017 U.S. Open in Erin Hills. Was easy to get to from airport and easy to get on without tee time. They've got 36 holes - one you can walk, one mandatory cart so that choice option is great. Nice layout, plenty of challenge, good conditions - was hot and windy so some headwind holes played really tough but the staff moved the tee boxes closer. You can tell a quality course by the locals and they like this course for the value! The practice area was a bit of a hike / isolated but nice putting and chipping area. Staff was friendly and price was fair.
Couple holes on the back are pretty wet, the course did a great job working around this.
First round of the year.
Went out mid afternoon on a Saturday. Course in good condition for April.
Worth the price.
Greens in good shape
Solid course, challenge for all levels
Tee boxes need attention and the Pines can get log jammed with players
nice course nice price
The course is nice has been kept up better lately, if you left because of slow play or course conditions give them another try you can't beat the price the course layout is beautiful and they have been improving .
Now, as for Golf Now, Ihave A playing partner I don't get up at 5:30 in the morning for a 6:30 tee time to have a stranger for a playing partner. why do you sell 2 golf hot deals for a single player only and book them for the same
tee time. Watch for that if you value your early morning quiet time.
nice course and nice pace of play
Enjoyed playing here. pace of play was excellent
Tee Boxes were a little muddy and not much grass.
Nice course friendly people
Solid Home Course
Having played The Pines for going on three years now I'm glad to say Edgewood is my home course.
They're junior membership program is superb, and despite today's slow play (leagues) I still managed to card a personal best of 87 (40-47).
The course plays to nice middle of the road difficulty, and will chew you up if you let it! Don't go too far right or left, lest you wind up beneath thick pine trees, or in the woods.
The pines front is very easy to play well, but at the same time very easy to play poorly. In the back avoid water at all costs, and when in doubt punch out to maximize your scoring potential.
Overall this course is filled with a 50/50 shot of lovely old timers in leagues, and fresh young guns who make the most of their money.
Regardless of your handicap, you'll enjoy your time at Edgewood!