Winchester Golf Club
|Blue M: 64.5/109 W: 65.7/111||282||174||252||242||153||313||404||207||109||2136||227||231||261||283||176||277||242||107||480||2284||4420|
|Red M: 62.3/104 W: 63.2/102||283||161||252||242||149||301||404||207||89||2088||181||219||247||271||176||277||242||100||480||2193||4281|
Course not investing in itself
Things are eroding from crumbling bridges to tee boxes that have not seen grass in years to a dangerous and confusing layout. Lots of blind shots leading to lost balls and potential dangerous situations. Staff was very friendly but they seem to be waiting for residential development to absorb the course. I mean any good course that a tee deck with no grass would clear away some trees and put down top spoil and sod. not this course. The layout often has you walking in circles and backtracking back down a hole you have played to get to the next tee(dangerous).
Not bad for the price
If you tee off around noon you can get a power cart and 18 for 30 bucks. Course is decently challenging with a few par 4s and one long par 5 on 18. Greens however arent in great shape and tee off boxes on a number of holes are either all sand or rock hard ground which isnt ideal.
Overall a fun course with decent play for beginners and some challenges for experienced.