Lake Ridge Park Golf & Marina
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|White M: 25.0/82 W: 27.5/90||100||72||87||135||55||97||149||114||100||909||909|
|Red W: 26.7/87||76||58||60||119||50||73||117||86||87||726||726|
Nice pre-spring course
This course is no frils hilly par three. All iron play and a good place to work on your pitching. Best winter greens I've played.
Short Game Goodness!!!
This Par 3 course is a great place to work on the short game. The hilly course is easy to walk and not too busy, most days. For a small muni-course, it's kept in pretty good condition. I the highest club I've used off the tee is my 7 iron (two holes), on down to my 60 degree (birdie magnet) on one hole. Nice staff, good prices, military discount, and a great place to get out and play when you don't have much time.
Great course to work on short game. Everytime I go back course conditions get better and better
lake ridge par 3 18
It is $6 to continue after first 9. Its tough to share with foot golf players. Bunkers turn into ponds if it rains a day or two before. The woods keep the course very damp. It is something I recommend if you live local and want to work on your short game. Course is very much so for myself as an amateur. Price could be pricey for quality compared to Burke lake par 3. Alil nicer course.
Super hot but a great quick round
For the money this was really great. Weather was hot so the course was empty. I'll go back.
Not for the discriminating
Will say up front, have not played this course in a couple of years. Assuming it's not changed significantly, though, two words: municipal course. One "hole" is actually no more than a 50 yard pitch. Driving "range" is a relatively small netted area. For a beginner (perhaps their first round), though, a good option.