Southport Springs Golf Club
|Red (W)||69||3880 yards||61.7||96|
|Blue M: 63.5/104||255||210||187||383||328||230||161||165||460||2379||324||306||323||150||235||360||277||145||415||2535||4914|
|White M: 61.8/102||235||199||170||360||311||215||141||148||435||2214||265||263||303||140||221||315||253||130||376||2266||4480|
|Red W: 62.4/103||180||172||118||308||280||185||129||118||358||1848||221||231||231||130||203||281||230||78||300||1905||3753|
New Greens & Tee Boxes
During the summer months this course has replaced all their greens and elevated and replaced their tee boxes. Since the course has been closed during the renovations, the fairways are also in excellent condition.
This is a par 69 golf course. Ideal for seniors and with the narrow fairways can be challenging for low handicappers who hit a long ball. The greens are in excellent shape and are putting well. The rough is a little high which is also a bit of a challenge.
Overall, this course is a pleasure to play compared to a year ago.
I have played there several times in the last couple months. The course itself has improved quite a bit. The greens are nice. However, I will not be returning because I feel the staff and members treat visitors like second class outsiders. I could give many, many examples, but the bottom line is that I do not feel welcomed there.
Sad example of a golf course.
Played here for the first time last weekend with three friends. We were immediately directed to start on the back nine to accommodate a men's league who was going to start on the front. We did not see anybody else in the parking lot or on the course. Whatever. The tee boxes are dirt...yes, dirt. Some have "sprigs" of field grass, but that's about it. The greens are worse than the tee boxes. I literally had multiple patches of crab grass in my putting line. For that matter, most of the greens were reduced to patches of what I can only describe as "weed clumps." Did I mention that we were told to keep to the 90* rule? Ahem...the course was bone dry...and the fairways were a mix of many different grass types. We paid $20 to play here--that's $20 and 3+ hours of my life I'll never get back. Hint: INVEST in some maintenance and close the course till its suitable for play. Do NOT play here, folks. Please note that I'm being very, VERY nice here and sugar-coating much about the course condition....so that should give you an idea about the quality (lack thereof, that is) of this course. A scratch golfer could not break 80 here...it's that bad. Forget putting...it's an effort in futility to attempt a roll on these greens...weeds. UGH!