Timberwood Golf Course
|Blue M: 72.4/122||369||183||605||420||409||380||402||158||572||3498||403||567||363||382||192||350||405||202||530||3394||6892|
|White M: 69.1/119||345||151||535||370||361||344||367||138||529||3140||365||517||346||367||161||340||356||173||515||3140||6280|
|Gold M: 67.9/114||330||139||515||356||349||332||355||128||515||3019||343||514||336||307||141||330||268||157||500||2896||5915|
|Red W: 65.5/104||266||92||368||290||240||225||240||118||411||2250||239||427||218||300||112||235||227||132||410||2300||4550|
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
This course is great for any amateur
This 18 hole course has both wide open and narrow holes. Some holes are easy to score on and others are tough. It is definitely a great course to play.
Played on a Thursday in July 2018. This course is adjacent to corn fields and it looks like the course had once been one itself. It was very wet and muddy: the fairways were sodden. Many were largely casual water. Bunkers had grass growing in them. Some areas are shaded and the tees in those areas were bare and muddy. I would not recommend the place unless after at least two weeks without rain, and that only because the fees are low. And then be prepared to play behind elderly gents who will not invite you to play thru.