Bayberry Hills Golf Course - Links Nine
Also known as Bayberry Hills Golf Course - Blue
|Red (W)||36||2574 yards||35.0||117|
|Gold M: 73.9/128||424||451||215||396||407||533||409||241||520||3596||6921|
|Blue M: 71.0/124||391||411||160||346||392||511||377||186||490||3264||6384|
|White M: 69.4/123||372||384||130||320||352||503||349||160||475||3045||5971|
|Red W: 69.8/119||331||119||112||296||277||408||289||145||420||2397||4971|
Real links course feel
Played on a Thursday morning. Course conditions were excellent. Not a fan of holes 1 and 9, they seem out of place but the rest of the course really gives you that links feel. Lots of blind shots and thick rough. If the wind is up it can be tricky. Pace of play was great even during summertime. Best bang for your buck!
No trees, but high fescue
Open course that meanders up and around the old landfill. Wind and sun are accentuated by the absence of trees. Greens have lots of contour and sand is plentiful. Fairways are wide, but slopes can kick your ball sideways. Walking allowed at certain times.
The Blue course really is a links course
The Blue course is a nine hole links style course. The first and ninth holes don't really fall into that category, but from 2-7, you really do get that links experience. No trees, lots of doglegs and high rough. Easy to lose balls if you don't keep them in the fairway. They open the links at 8am, so try to get there a little early and get out before it gets crowded so you can take your time. The pro shop staff is very friendly.
Very enjoyable round.
I had time to play only 9 holes. This was my introduction to the course, and I was attracted by the links style 9. Very well designed to take advantage of terrain. Many blind shots required. Often severely contoured greens offering lots of variety. A challenging and rewarding round.
Nice land reuse but needs fairway attention
I liked the course but found the fairway grass to be short rooted, almost as if the fairway could be pulled.