MontHill Golf and Country Club - Blue/Gold Course
|Forward (W)||72||4817 yards|
|Blue M: 68.2/118 W: 74.1/128||445||271||250||510||135||350||177||401||347||2886||394||412||138||364||273||290||581||150||484||3086||5972|
|White M: 67.0/113 W: 72.4/124||418||271||223||485||135||333||177||380||347||2769||383||396||124||364||253||290||531||150||457||2948||5717|
|Red M: 63.7/105 W: 67.8/112||338||225||186||411||110||278||142||299||273||2262||343||350||92||302||226||264||485||110||383||2555||4817|
New club house being built
Lots of construction around entrance and a fairly long walk from parking lot to old club house. A shuttle is usually available. The course is in decent shape and the greens are very nice. Got a $23 with cart Golf now deal which is an excellent price for this course. The pro shop attendant seemed like he wanted to be somewhere else and wasn't friendly at all. Overall, a good day of golf and played 18 holes in 3 1/2 hours.
Construction hides a great course
From behind what appears to be a construction site, is a beautiful and well maintained course with some challenging holes.
While the new club house is being built, there are some obvious and forgivable inconveniences. Parking is limited, some holes are being reconstructed with some obstructions and the current clubhouse is in pretty rough shape. Their debit/credit wasn’t working, so all our cart girl money went to green fees. The lack of signage make finding the pro shop a little bit of a scavenger hunt from the parking lot.
Besides the complimentary amenities, the golf was great. Well manicured fairways, tee blocks and greens (while on the slow side) were consistent. The pace of play was great as we were virtually alone out there.
All things considered, I think that $60 including a cart is a little steep.
I’ll definitely play the course again.
Future is bright
The front end of the course is under major construction and a slight hassle.
Once that obstacle course is over though the course is in great shape with many interesting holes on the Red and Blue that I played.
When the new club house is finished and the course design is complete this course is going to be very memorable !!
It’s beauty, layout and condition make it a favourite golf course to play.
have played course 15 plus times, this year , if you hit the ball 2 feet off the fairway, need to step on it to find it they could try cutting the freaking grass !as well, has not been one time where a bunker ,was fit to pay out of
can they not send a kid out to rake the freakings things before the paying customers get there guess not, course is garbage compared to a lot I have played this year , but hee haw , lets keep building the clubhouse might as well play sandusk !IMO !
Leaps and bounds
This course is making leaps and bounds in improvements. The first and last holes are still under construction on account of the massive clubhouse going in. The greens we're well manicured but could use a little more speed.
Due to construction very messy parking, hole 1 on red temp tee making it a par 3 no yardage marker at this hole. Fairway grass a little to long and there should be three cuts if you miss the fairway by only a foot you are punished by very long grass their should be a secondary cut.. Other than that really nice course well maintained tee boxes are excellent.
Construction Site Golfing
I’m not sure why GolfNow doesn’t have alerts for this course. The construction of a massive new clubhouse turns two holes from par 4’s to par 3’s. Another hole is entirely closed on one of the nines. Our foursome headed out and we’re told to play two nines (blue and gold) and after 9 we were directed to play the red nine?
Anyway just be wary going out here for the foreseeable future. Not very impressed with the golf course mainete ance either....long weeds growing in unkept bunkers. On the red ninth hole there was 4inch rough growing right next to the green....all this while a multimillion dollar clubhouse is going on seems very odd.... not sure I’ll return here
Golf now booking
Course under construction
Golf now confirmed our tee time and we weren’t in the system when we arrived
Paid $40 last year and to now pay $60 for a course currently under construction and construction workers on the fairway while playing... I really enjoyed this course last year but not while under construction.
first time playing this course....lots of contruction some par 4s tees moved up now par 3s wasnt advised in advance....fairways were like playing out of the rough!! high grass....u hit a decent drive down the middle and cant find your ball because its buried in the grass......overall the worst customer service ive ever experienced at a golf course....first time playing nobody on the course i decided to try out a few holes on a 3rd 9 to see if the 3rd 9 would be more challenging and was told i hadn't paid for it so was asked to leave.....i will never play this cow pasture again and will discourage anyone i know to never play this place!!!
Course is always a good deal for what you pay. In the process of building a new club house but still a bargain
Will be back
My partner and I enjoyed our outing at MontHill on an extremely humid day. The courses were practically deserted perhaps as the burger lady at the turn suggested that the heat had kept many golfers away.
I had played the course in July but the conditions surprisingly were much softer in late September despite the lack of moisture . The greens which were fast and well manicured are huge and well undulated . The fairways were in pristine shape and as another reviewer has noted the sand in the few bunkers most of which were located on par threes was very white and fine and the traps were well maintained.
A main feature of the course are the numerous pine trees that line many of the fairways and the pine chips beneath them make it somewhat easy to locate wayward shots. On most holes the penalty for going over the green was far more penal than coming up short
Some of the tee boxes were well chewed up and on a few of them we had difficulty getting the tee in the ground. This was a minor irritant, however, and did not distract from our enjoyment of the layout
A creek winds through all three courses but comes into play far more on the red course than the gold and blue.
Up and coming
Course has been continuously worked on this summer. Can tell by the busy green keeping crew. Course is well kept and is improving daily. They are also building a large new clubhouse which should only add to the overall experience! Would recommend this course to anyone!