Live Oaks Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5856 yards||74.3||124|
|Blue M: 71.1/124||391||339||190||506||161||475||164||393||526||3145||362||182||418||401||409||534||391||202||551||3450||6595|
|White M: 70.1/122||377||321||179||496||152||460||153||375||511||3024||352||170||408||391||398||523||378||190||538||3348||6372|
|Gold M: 70.0/125||362||306||164||471||137||445||143||355||496||2879||337||160||393||386||360||508||363||184||518||3209||6088|
|Red W: 74.3/124||368||299||147||456||143||450||142||358||444||2807||342||158||401||381||359||401||365||178||464||3049||5856|
The course is a great value especially when you take advantage of the afternoon deal which is $25 all you can play after a certain time (1pm on Saturday 2pm other days). Pace of play is always pretty good as I play often by myself and am able to get in a quick 18. Course conditions are ok but great for the value. Greens have been in great condition, some of the best I have played in the area but the fairways always struggle. Grass is thin and bare in areas so you always seem to have a suspect lie even when in the fairway. The layout is fairly simple but provides some opportunities to take some risk reward shots with dog legs. Some of the downhill holes really allow you to stretch out your driver and make you feel like a pro when it goes 300 yards. Great play for the value, I would definitely recommend the afternoon rates. It is probably not worth it for the regular rates but hey members need their time.