Westwood Plateau Golf Academy
|Gold (W)||40||2060 yards||61.2||102|
|Silver (W)||40||1807 yards||58.6||98|
|Burgundy (W)||40||1527 yards||57.1||94|
|Gold M: 59.8/87 W: 61.2/102||92||66||97||126||143||249||115||148||310||1346||289||186||239||92||66||97||126||143||249||1487||2833|
|Silver M: 57.6/86 W: 58.6/98||75||60||88||117||116||227||81||125||277||1166||273||152||216||75||60||88||117||116||227||1324||2490|
|Red M: 52.7/82 W: 57.1/94||65||55||77||94||89||192||59||115||238||984||230||128||185||65||55||77||94||89||192||1115||2099|
Good bang for your buck.
For a 12-hole course I think this is one of the better ones. A small clubhouse, friendly staff and a decent enough practice facility. If I had to say anything bad it was the driving range. I would not go back to that - stick to the putting greens. I believe they had a chipping green as well but we didn't check that out.
Course layout was decent but a bit crammed. It was a challenging walk but lots of wildlife and great views from hole 9-12.
Fairways on the par 4's were average and I hit almost all shots from grass - no mud. The one bunker I found I had to remove a big stone but the sand felt nice.
The greens were nice and rolled pretty true.
One negative was the hole that has a few power lines running perpendicular to your tee shot. I managed to fly directly through the 4 and find the green, but if you hit one your ball is gone. You are hitting over a gorge from your 130yd tee shot. They could move the tees to the right and avoid the power lines but it's a lot of work I know so this won't happen!
Overall a nice round and good bang for your buck. If you go on a weekend expect a near 3 hr round.