Cecil Field Golf Club
Fiddler's Green at Cecil Field Golf Club is located at the Cecil Commerce Center, formerly the Cecil Field Naval Air Station. The golf course was built in 1975 and has been managed by Capstone Golf since 2005.
Fiddler's Green is a regulation 18-hole course in a beautiful tree-lined setting with no development on its borders. The course offers a stern challenge, measuring 6,643 yards from the championship tees. The course rating is 71, and it has a slope rating of 125.
Towering pines shape the course as it weaves its way around the serene natural setting. Fiddler's Green's generous fairways leave challenging approach shots to some of the smallest putting greens in the area.
|Red (W)||72||5232 yards||69.2||116|
|Blue M: 71.0/125||364||575||400||201||352||195||388||558||385||3418||476||362||394||365||397||174||357||193||507||3225||6643|
|White M: 68.8/123||345||550||349||187||329||177||368||542||335||3182||457||350||365||356||347||156||339||180||490||3040||6222|
|Green M: 67.6/120 W: 70.1/119||332||460||285||174||269||164||357||437||322||2800||439||328||341||333||331||137||308||159||476||2852||5652|
|Red W: 69.1/116||299||434||281||149||263||151||338||401||332||2648||407||277||303||321||335||100||263||162||422||2590||5238|
I want to rate it higher but this course just isn’t it, especially considering the other courses within 10 minutes. The greens are extremely slow & the grass of the course is more lawn grass than an actual golf course. And it’s not like it’s priced so cheap that you can overlook stuff. I won’t be returning
I won't be back
I won't go back it was like playing in someone's back yard, the greens were decent and pace of play was not a problem because it wasn't many people out there. If I had paid more than the $14.00 I paid I would have been highly upset.
The Best Shape the Course has been in Years
The course is the best it has been in many years 5 stars for the people who work at cecil field and the ground crew keep up the good work don't belive the 1 star on the reviews just go there and you will be very happy with the round of golf
It's A Lot Better Than Hyde Park.
It has its ups and downs but for the money it's a steal I rather go there for $22 then to play at Hyde Park for 30.
The greens are in the best shape I've ever seen though they're working on The Fairway but I understand what they're doing and everything's coming together they can cut the rough down a little more so you don't lose your ball every time you go over there but if you don't hit it on the rough it's smooth sailing. Thumbs up to the ground crew and the greenskeepers heads up turabi you're doing an excellent job keep up the good work. Mark S.
When it was run by the Navy it was a four star course. It has a lot of character and love the small greens but I guess the lack of money is making it difficult to even keep the fairways mowed. I saw a lot of improvement when people started using the course for disc golf with its own layout but that effort and enthusiasm is in the waning phase. If the fairways were kept including the greens and bunkers that would be enough to push three stars instead of the current one star status. Oh glory days...
Cecil Field course is getting better greens are the best I seen here in a few years.Keep up the good work
We always have a good time playing there it's almost like our own private golf course there's only one disappointing thing I found out you cannot enter your score from there on the handicap system because they are no longer part of the ghin
Good for practice
I am hard on grading golf courses, yes the fairways need work greens are getting better and kids play for free i give this course and staff thumbs up....and the disc golf players were also very friendly
Greens are terrible
The staff is very friendly. The carts are great. The course has a great layout. The greens are not kept, fairways are not cut or kept up. So many disc golfers now that it makes playing difficult, even though golfers have the right to play through. You would think that the money they are getting from golf and disc golf, they could do better on the greens and fairways. Great for beginner golfers, but if you want to play true golf, not here. The practice areas are better than the course.
Cheap winter golf outing
Cheap golf outing at $10. Very bumpy greens and little to no grass on the fairways Very little play so play was extremely fast
To bad for a golfclub.
It’s a pity that the Golfclub is in such a bad shape. The people working there are not friendly. I don’t want to come there again. It only cost me 3X10.00 dollar.
This course is going backwards greens were terrible never putted one time in all 18 holes where my ball didn't bounce up and down.i think they are putting there money into making this a frisbee golf course.really I am not joking frisbee stations all over the course.If you want to play golf a real sport don't play here.
Awful...so sad for what once once a good place.
At 9 this morning no range balls available so worked on other things--chipping, putting, etc..., while the ranges balls were being picked up. From then to 10:30 checked 2 more times with the pro shop having seen the catch trays filled 3 different times. Still, no balls. Really? I have tried to support Cecil even in its horrendous decline in the last 10 years. But now evidently it can't even function as a second rate driving range. I have put up with terrible fairways, none existent greens, bad to mediocre at best chipping and putting greens, and purchased cut, gashed and warped driving range balls for the last time there.
Close course until up to par!
If the course was shut down for at least 6 months it could be wonderful. Tee boxes are horrible. If the fairways and greens were treated and not played on for a few months they would be nice.
This course is never great but it was absolutely terrible. The fairways (if you can call them that) are mostly dirt and the greens were extremely shaggy. A bucket of range balls were $7 which is way overpriced for the area. The lady in the pro shop was also extremely rude about start times even though no one was there. The only positive was the quality of the food in the restaurant.
Stay away! There are much better courses in the area in the same price range.
Good place for the average player
I had not been here before and I was rather surprised. I brought my son with me to play and recommend to go with someone that had not played much golf in the past. Good place to take your time or for a partner that needs to take more time than other courses. Greens are really small and challenge to hit for those needing to work on approach accuracy. Fairways are not in good shape on a lot of holes but nothing horrible to play on or use winter rules on. For those living east of downtown it does take a while to get to the course. Plan on extra time to get there.
Cecil could be a very nice course but it needs a lot of work and money. Fairways have potential, bunkers not very good and greens probably best aspect. Laid back and a not rushed. The potential is really good but the same could be said of most concerning our game.