Kingsville Golf and Country Club - Red/White
|Gold (W)||73||6131 yards||75.2||133|
|Silver (W)||73||5676 yards||72.5||124|
|Maroon (W)||73||5191 yards||69.8||116|
|Black M: 70.6/124||555||359||170||430||501||422||200||500||195||3332||255||343||157||420||522||536||378||343||185||3139||6471|
|Gold M: 69.1/121 W: 75.1/129||540||345||160||415||480||400||180||480||155||3155||245||330||152||395||495||500||368||333||158||2976||6131|
|Gold/Silver M: 68.2/118 W: 73.8/125||511||345||156||401||460||400||170||465||155||3063||245||330||152||345||450||450||368||333||145||2818||5881|
|Silver M: 67.6/115 W: 72.8/122||511||335||144||401||460||347||147||465||112||2922||235||300||145||345||450||450||358||326||145||2754||5676|
|Maroon M: 65.1/110 W: 69.7/121||420||285||126||355||415||340||135||400||102||2578||225||279||145||337||437||440||320||295||135||2613||5191|
|White M: 59.4/97 W: 63.0/107||331||239||95||293||316||252||96||318||59||1999||177||176||84||253||334||347||266||242||91||1970||3969|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks, Restaurant, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesShowers, Lockers
Had the opportunity to play after a heavy rain -- so needed to use cart paths. Course was wet, but drained fairly well. Crew was out fixing all the sand traps first thing which indicated how well the course is maintained. Very busy, but pace of play was excellent. Everyone moved along very well and we rarely had any wait. Sounded a bit intimidating because the course has hosted some pro/Am events and initially thought it might be hard (taking my wife and she is still learning the game). However, she enjoyed her day playing at the reds. Overall a great day. Glad we played.
One of the best courses in the region.
The Red course starts out with a challenging par 5 with an elevated tee shot to a landing area about 200 yards out but no worries if you hit it a bit short. You will have a blind second shot up to the flat part of the fairway. A large oak tree guards the left side with bunkers on the right. It takes 3 good shots to hit the green in regulation. Par is a good score here to start your round. Fairways on the red course are wide but stray tee shots will usually prevent a GIR. The white course starts off with a reachable par 4 but danger lurks on shots long left and shots pushed to the right. Holes 2 and 3 have elevated tees with very challenging greens. Bring your A game with the putter. Holes 4 through 9 include 2 par 5s, 3 par 4s with a closing par 3 which has a stream that will catch shots short of the green. The Red/White course is a treat to play and a good value for the money. You won't be disappointed.