Crab Apple Ridge Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||5157 yards|
|Blue M: 70.7/121||540||177||381||406||403||323||371||150||570||3321||512||167||329||382||337||190||260||482||504||3163||6484|
|White M: 69.5/119||515||151||361||382||375||301||356||129||534||3104||496||158||307||365||315||172||247||460||485||3005||6109|
|Gold M: 66.1/111 W: 67.1/113||485||124||335||337||352||219||318||100||498||2768||473||125||273||330||300||152||200||415||440||2708||5476|
|Red W: 65.6/111||485||124||335||337||352||219||318||100||498||2768||413||92||273||276||220||125||200||390||400||2389||5157|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Locker Rooms
Terrible and confrontational owner. Does not have proper equipment and treats long term customers like crap. Avoid if looking for professional and well maintained course. Save your money not worth the crap it has to offer.
Terrible management and condution
The owner/ manager is a angry and un professional person. His understanding of course management and greens keeping us sad at best. I would avoid this course at all costs. I have played here weekly for 25 years and owner still treats long time customers like crap. I would avoid at all costs. Terrible greens keeping and pathetic time management. Pricing outrageous compared to better courses in the area.
After checking in found the course to be wide open for 2:30 in afternoon. The fairways were mowed down and hard, But generally green. The greens were green and shaggy, we assumed to be intentional to avoid burn out from recent drought. The front nine is somewhat open and forgiving, while the back nine is somewhat shorter, with narrower holes and undulating greens. Course could be an ego boost if hitting it well. Several holes require a 120 - 140 yard tee shot to make fairway - difficult for some women, young players and new golfers.
This golf course is still young and I can't wait to see it 20 years down the road. There are plenty of young pine trees that will line the fairways one day, but for now the front 9 is wide open. The back nine is rather short and tight which allows someone who is striking the ball well to shoot in the low 30's.