Original at Onion Creek Club
|Middle (W)||70||5844 yards||74.6||126|
|Connolly (W)||70||5466 yards||71.5||119|
|Forward (W)||70||5081 yards||69.2||119|
|Black M: 71.6/136||516||131||337||414||418||161||601||205||375||3158||381||164||342||380||424||414||386||144||558||3193||6351|
|Blue M: 69.7/129||510||126||332||405||365||152||575||185||370||3020||376||134||336||375||388||388||341||134||510||2982||6002|
|White M: 68.6/128 W: 74.3/130||491||115||308||395||355||137||547||167||358||2873||345||124||321||361||378||375||331||129||493||2857||5730|
|Yellow M: 66.9/122 W: 71.7/123||472||110||300||341||335||125||502||153||348||2686||335||109||316||350||338||313||299||119||436||2615||5301|
|Red M: 65.7/114 W: 70.1/121||462||98||261||336||325||117||497||142||315||2553||301||94||260||318||334||309||295||113||432||2456||5009|
Photo submitted by BBPMFL on 07/04/2017
#3 taken from #17 tee (North course) Photo submitted by Stacey1507125 on 05/17/2017
No. 2 Photo submitted by BrandonTuckerGA on 04/01/2017
No. 3 green by Onion Creek Photo submitted by BrandonTuckerGA on 04/01/2017
Photo submitted by BrandonTuckerGA on 04/01/2017
No. 3 Photo submitted by BrandonTuckerGA on 04/01/2017
Some awesome oak trees on the 18th. Photo submitted by BrandonTuckerGA on 04/01/2017
view from above Photo submitted by null on 01/02/2013
Nice Staff. Terrible Conditions.
I’m usually very complimentary. The greens were horrendous. Truly terrible. Slow groups ahead but were real nice and let us play through. Also our cart ran out of batteries on 16. Staff was great.
What was wrong with the greens? Am supposed to play there next week.
Waiting for spring/summer to play again
Not a lot has changed since I last reviewed this course 5-1/2 years ago.
The course has 27 total holes so different nines can be played as directed by the clubhouse. On this occasion, we played the Original To North configuration. For those of us who rarely play here, it was a little different to end our round yet be sitting there amongst more holes. We essentially had to backtrack a little down a cart path or two in order to get back to the clubhouse.
The driving range holds about 20 players and is certainly long enough to test your driver. Balls are in little golf bag buckets and they have cleaning stands with water and towels. I certainly appreciate these little touches at courses. There are 2-3 putting and/or chipping greens -- enough space for everyone to warm up, practice, etc.
The tee boxes were all in decent shape; they'd definitely seen some action recently. Playing on a Wednesday, I kind of expected them to be moved to better ground after a typical high activity weekend. I really wish courses in general would move the tee boxes around more often so that we're more likely standing on good/solid grass when teeing off.
Fairways were in fine shape -- nothing outstanding, nothing to complain about. The first cut was also in similar condition. I'd say it's moderate when it comes to scrambling and bailout room for those golfers who are not consistently hitting the fairways.
I found three (3) bunkers on this outing. The first was quite standard with decent sand. The second was compact and hard; there was no getting under the ball. The third was very soft but also very wet.
Greens are medium to large size and held the balls well. They were average pace if not even a touch on the slow side this week. I did notice a number of them had been painted and/or fertilized (mostly around the edges). Perhaps that's simply indicative of this time of year and growth stage. I could speak on it more if only I were more knowledgeable.
I do believe they've added some additional water coolers since my last visit. There's plenty on the course to keep us hydrated during the warmer months. They also had a beverage cart running during our round and we passed her three (3) times.
Outside of the holes, parts of this course have a little extra land that's simply extra space. That happens sometimes when courses are part of a master plan where the developers have a lot with which to work. The downside is that it creates more areas for the landscape crews to handle. And when it's just extra land, courses rarely do much more than keep it mowed (if and when). So, it generally fills up with less desirable grasses, weeds, etc. And when it's not regularly maintained, it can hurt the overall look and feel for a course. And when I'm playing a semi-private club that has a membership base, I just tend to expect a little more attention to such details. Just an observation. Also, I noticed a few trees along the creek holes that may be dead. Spring hasn't yet sprung so we'll just have to wait and see. Floods in recent years may be a factor along with age. I just hope they take any dead ones out ASAP so as to give the area a better/kept look. It might be time to plant some new ones here and there as well; have to plan for the long-term and future decades.
Holes were not numbered.
Grass to short or not any grass on greens and fairways.
Not enough water.
Pine forest is our home course in Bastrop it was a nice change to check out the course that onion creek the greens are in amazing shape and is very scenic having most of the course along onion Creek I miss the elevation changes at Pine Forest in Bastrop which I love to play if you get a chance head out there I had a wonderful experience at onion Creek and I got a lot of great ideas from the course so we can add additions to our course
Sanded Greens and Rude Pro Shop Lady
Generally, I like this course, but they had just sanded the greens that morning, and they didn’t make mention of that before I showed up. Not cool. They were terrible.
I also played with a member who thought he was funny, but was just an A.H. with his incessant degrading remarks about his partner’s play, and mine at times. Maybe it had something to do with the flask he kept hitting at 11am.
Also, I may join this club someday (as my wife and son grow interest in playing as well), so I WANT to like this club, but I get a very pretentious vibe from the pro shop half of the time I’m there. The guy was great, but the woman in there was curt at best. They need to step it up.
I felt appreciated.
I think this place is a gem. I felt welcome in a place I am not a member. Even the other golfers were plesent. I had to leave early as my daughter got ill and needed me. Brett Garret is a class act, he is the assistant golf pro and he made all the difference. I will be back sooner than later, looking for a home and membership in Onion Creek someday.
Private course but open to public by using the app
Needs better signage through the course and hard to find the clubhouse. No map on the tee card and they have a strict NO denim policy.
In the Austin area, so played a round at Onion Creek. While fairways in TX are dormant this time of year, course played well. Greens rolled true, bunkers were perfect and pace was great (3.5h).Played w couple of members that made me feel right at home. Staff was very accommodating. Can't wait to go back in late spring.
I'm flying in from Manhattan, KS to play on Friday, is the course green or is everything dormant?
Nice greens and layout. I played the original course. Hit them straight and enjoy.
Worth It! Great Course
This is a fantastic layout. Former Senior PGA tour course. The course isn't in top-notch quality, but it's still totally worth $75 or less to play. I can usually get on for about $45 in the afternoon, and it's a no-brainer compared to Grey Rock or Plum Creek. It's an older course, so it has lots of mature trees that adds to the character. FYI I typically spend about $50 to play, scratch golfer, and play once per week.
Short and Tight
Great course with alot of history. Not long, maybe not even 6500 from the tips. Compensates my being super tight. My personal record for OB shots off the tee. Greens were fairly nice- fast downgrain very slow against. I'd play again for sure.
Played the tips - relatively short course, but still very challenging, reminiscent of something like Winged Foot. The course is in tremendous shape. This was my second time playing the track, and I'd play it again in a heartbeat.
Great layout. Bring extra balls.
Private course except for Golf Now tee times. Started At 4pm Sat. Done in less than 3.5 hours as a single. Awesome layout. Hit from one up from tips and shot my handicap. Will be be here after the forecasted thunderstorms.
Greens in great condition
Austin had a difficult spring for golf course greens and Onion Creek has done a great job keeping theirs in good shape.