East/South at Oaks North Golf Course
|White (W)||60||3572 yards||59.0||86|
|Red (W)||60||3130 yards||56.7||82|
|White M: 56.4/89||260||127||162||166||282||242||112||177||140||1668||154||183||160||260||313||137||271||205||176||1859||3527|
|Red W: 62.0/86||231||102||139||154||259||222||100||150||122||1479||134||173||147||222||300||125||214||169||167||1651||3130|
Par3, Par4 only
Good place for Short game and iron shot.
A lovely 27 hole facility. I played the south and north course.
The south started off with two rather bland par 3s, but soon opened up to some more scenic and challenging holes, highlighted by the drivable 9th hole - the only hole where you might want to take a driver. The holes wind their way though a residential area with cute homes.
The north course nice is much prettier. Stunning in some places. My favourite was the par 3 11th, the green is framed by those typical pine trees you see in the area.
I wish I had a course like this in my back yard. Such a good place to practice or have a quick and relaxed 9 with friends. The fairways and greens were in excellent condition - perhaps the greens a little furry, but no real complaints here.
Friendly service. Carts and push carts available as well as a bar.
Pleasant short course near Maderas
After 18 holes in the morning at Maderas we wanted to go somewhere a little more mellow for a twilight round and found Oaks North. It's a fun little place in a retirement community with a nice vibe to it. Greens rolled really nicely. one of the nines was being aerified and I'm glad the starter tipped us off to that. There are a handful of par 4s but it is mostly mid-length par 3s. Super twilight for just $15 can't be beat.
Whole course is in good shape especially the greens. Good for short game practice. Drivable par 4’s for big hitters (which I am not anymore.)
Course was in pretty good shape but it’s a short course and for the money thought cart should be included. Fun round overall and would definitely recommend it
Nice course for some iron practice. Fun and challenging.
I love to golf here. 3 challenging par 3/4's courses to chose from. Seems the grass is always green, mowed and the greens are awesome! Fun to play over and over.
Played East, then North
0730 am early Tee Time on a Cool Nov 17 morn. A bit dewy at first, but the sun was up early too and dried out the greens quickly...which in turn made the greens get quick...unlike the practice green. We were just a twosome, with a 2some in front and in back of us. No pressure on us...low scores for us. Nice layout on both nines. Some similar holes from East to North although the look was similar the yardages were different. Overal we had our fun and finished at the ninteenth with a snackbar lunch and drink.
Great test / practice
Great executive course, really good length par 3's, par 4's are really short. Greens are the best part of the course, tee boxes are uneven, fairways average. Pace of play is perfect. Great course if you are trying to improve approach shots / shortgame.
Fun executive course
Nice course, played 18 and then a 9 hole replay. Great course, would recommend it to anyone
Not a Single Oak on the Course
Great Track but a bit overpriced...
Oddly enough there is not a single Oak tree on the course (that I could see). The price to play should really include all (27) holes. The $20 cart rental (on top of price to play) is absurd; The cart was a heap and furthermore unsafe, the alignment was so off that the cart wanted to go in circles. Back to the Course... Descent Fairways which played well up to the Really Nice Greens (Fast and Smooth but Cooperative). Very few Sand Traps (looks like they've let grass come in where traps used to be). The Ponds need work in both appearance and the smell. The old trees (Pines) are dying out and one could see that this course has changed quite a bit over the years.
I'd play it again but only on a Hot Deal under $25
Oaks north golf course
Played east/south great day just a little slow for me 4hours but enjoyed it and will go back again
Nice course, Well kept, Fun course, Greens in nice condition.
Love Oaks North
I've played Oaks North about once a week for a couple of years now. The course is a great choice if you want to walk. Also great place to hone my short game (or not).
The greens are in good shape, as are most of the bunkers (a rare thing now days for a lot of courses). We played during the week, so the pace of play was good.
Tees need some attention
Have played this course many times over the years. They had gone up in price a couple of years ago but I understand the supply and demand aspect. Usually a decenent par 3 layout but they need to work on their tees. They are all crowned and need to be leveled. Greens are in good shape and roll true.Fairways are thin in spots but I think that is more attributed to time of year.