The Golf Club At Bradshaw Farm - Blue Nine
|Forward (W)||36||2425 yards|
|Championship M: 72.8/144||415||387||547||408||162||418||214||509||378||3438||6778|
|Back M: 70.6/134||381||337||512||362||143||389||196||475||358||3153||6281|
|Middle M: 68.5/120 W: 73.1/137||351||306||473||326||129||353||163||430||334||2865||5698|
|Forward M: 66.2/118 W: 68.6/117||276||279||432||274||106||305||100||370||283||2425||4744|
Played weekday after morning rain, so was able to finish in 3.5 hours.
Fairways and greens were very nice. Greens were large and well maintained. Bunkers were in good condition.
This is 1990's vintage, large sub-development course, so distance between greens and tee boxes are significant. Not a course you would want to walk.
Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Overall, a nice experience.
I haven't played Bradshaw Farms in many years. One of the best places I have played all year long. Course was in perfect condition! Great greens and fairways. Tee boxes in great shape too. Hot dogs ready to buy and go at the turn. Very friendly staff. Great Layout. My only complaint was pace of play. Marshals were watching Georgia game instead of marshaling so I am glad they lost. Pace of play kept me from giving this course a 5 star rating. 4.5 hours is too long. I'll still be back soon!
Course is is in pretty good shape but needs basic clean up! Tees everywhere, golf balls everywhere but great carts and good sound system in carts! Bring your usb cable for tunes and charge
Greens were in great shape and very fast. Fairways are in good shape. But don't go out there when its 99 degrees in the shade. Hot as heck out there.
Honest Course Critique
My son & I played Bradshaw after being away for nearly 2 years but stopped because of pace of play! We knew it was under new ownership and were told substantial upgrades had been made to the course so decided to give it a try today. We are mid to high 70's caliber players & have always enjoyed the course and value. With that being said I was expecting a new driving range & other amenities, but being completely HONEST the course seemed exactly the same(traps are somewhat better) as 2 years ago. And pace of play still the same-4 hours +.
Course in very good shape. Some greens were recently sanded but not overly so. Lots of rangers out and about monitoring pace of play
Very good course
Course in very good shape! Always enjoy this course. Slow play today! Marshall's should speed up play! Too slow foursomes!
Friendly staff course great shape. Lots of work being done.
Will play again.
It has been sometime since I’ve played Bradshaw Farms, and I’m glad I returned. The course is fair but challenging and the greens roll very true. It’s obvious they have a good superintendent and the staff is committed to quality experience. Will definitely include this course in the rotation.
Course is in great shape.
Have not played here for several years. I will be back. Course in great shape. No hassles. Just pay your money and go play. Enjoyed the day.
I usually don't leave negative reviews, but in this case I feel I need to to hopefully save others from an extremely frustrating golf experience. We play Bradshaw a few weeks ago, booked online through their own website. Upon arrival there was obviously a big group getting ready for a tournament. Little did I know that they were going to start the tournament five holes into our round, and they were going to stick multiple groups on each hole, without any warning to the golfers that booked and paid full price to play. So, we ended up having to watch 3 different foursomes tee off on hole #5 as we just SAT and WAITED. The poor ranger was catching all the grief, but according to him this is a normal occurrence and he recommended we take it up with the General Manager. We were on the #5 tee box for over 35 minutes. The course if fine, but too many options, especially for the $66 they are charging and the disrespect they show the paying public with this practice. If we had known any of this about the tournament we would have chosen to not play. OH, and they apparently got a "new" fleet of golf carts that have bluetooth speakers, but unfortunately they don't have the power to get up the hills of the course. The ranger instructed us to drive the carts in reverse up the hills. That part is actually hysterical, seeing everyone awkwardly navigate the hills in reverse.