Georgetown Country Club
|Red (W)||70||4256 yards||65.2||106|
|Blue M: 67.2/123||345||365||130||528||270||512||159||275||258||2842||188||384||252||347||151||449||359||139||350||2619||5461|
|White M: 65.7/115||325||345||122||483||256||490||135||269||248||2673||180||316||241||318||139||403||338||132||338||2405||5078|
|Yellow M: 64.1/111 W: 67.4/113||260||240||105||480||248||436||116||213||204||2302||173||322||201||286||121||386||311||122||316||2238||4540|
|Red M: 63.0/109 W: 65.6/109||259||240||105||406||162||436||116||213||204||2141||173||322||201||286||121||321||235||122||316||2097||4238|
Course has great views of San Gabriel river valley
This is a short course that requires some thinking and shot making to score well. The conditions of the greens were spotty and the course had a MacGyver kind of quaint feel to it unlike the typical country club experience.
Not Going Back
my Second time to play. The 1st time it was wide open and fast play. the course layout is very odd, some holes in a good way, but most not so much. Greens are bad, Real bad. But Texas heat does that. I hate temporary greens though, it ruins the hole, especially if it is a par 3, like the one they have now. I only went back because it was fast play and cheap....but this time it was very very slow play, and the weakness of the course made that unbearable.
However, my biggest problem is with the golf shop guy who was kind of pompous. He had attitude. I guess cause He has been at the Country Club for many years, he feels it is cool to act like a jerk to the public that is "allowed" to play their course. I think he thinks he's clever, or funny, but to me he was just not nice.
Combine that with weird layout, slow play, and bad course conditions, and I don't care how cheap it is, I will not be going back.
The greens were atrocious.
Every green had large swaths of grass missing, filled-in with sand.
Very surprising for a "Country Club".
If you're not a member, they have you sign a book to ensure you only play the course twice per month...which is funny.
Don't let the "Best Kept Secret" keep you from playing
This is a great course. It is tight and gives you lots of practice for those wide, luxurious courses that are not as much of a challenge. It's Beautiful, short, had some challenging holes and some fairly (easy) shots will give you what you want. Don't miss out on this PRIVATE course. It is fun and aggravating at the same time.
Lots of water
Fun course for senior hacker. You can reach most holes in regulation. Fairways are tight and some hidden water. just need a little accuracy. Played by myself with no rush. I don't understand there two rounds a month per nonmember if I was the only one to use the hot deal. I will play again
Great layout with some interesting holes
Course was in very good condition except for a few of the greens. Recent aeration impacted a few but in a week or 2 they should be very good. I would definitely recommend this course
First Time Playing this course
Although short, the course has plenty of shot making challenges. Greens and surrounds were in excellent shape. Gave me a chance to work on the my long and intermediate iron game off the tees through most of the holes.
Beautiful course. River runs through and lots of water hazards
Will play there again
Very enjoyable course. A shorter course with a par score of 70. With our recent rains, the course looked beautiful. Tons of wildlife. Easy to find. Course layout is really interesting with hills and valleys. Established in the 1920's this course is a lot of fun to play. One of the best compliment I can give the GCC is that I will play this course again. It is a member's course, but there are limited slots for Golfnow clients.
Just an all around fun and challenging course
This is a course that challenges you but allows for any level of play. Gorgeous scenery.
Hit it straight
You better hit it straight in most holes, if not have fun looking for your ball or just drop another. There are some open holes but not many. Is a good corse to play. Some short drivable par fours, but they are narrow, so big risk reward. All in all good course for the money.
The course greens and fairways were well maintained
This was my first visit and, as noted found the course of moderate difficulty, well maintained with no delays and a friendly staff. Will walk next time with the wife, who is learning to play.
The fairways and greens were poor. The course layout was medoicre
The Course has great features
I enjoy to play this Course, it has a lot of great shots and a lot of water all arround
Wonderful winding golf course
We were first time players in this course. Yardage was shorter than other regular golf course. We thought that easy course. NO, just beautiful, but winding and up and down. Pretty challenging course. We love to go back to play again..
They have improved this course and amenities over the years.
Have been in the area, but had not played this course in 5-6 yrs. Recent rains provided excellent conditions, but you can tell they have been working to improve the condition over the year.
Excellent experience. Will do it again
Country Club or Muni??
Georgetown Country Club is a decent course, which looks more like a municipal course, than a Country Club. It's a short course with many blind shots that can get you in trouble if it's your first time playing the course. I would recommend it for the Hot Deal price on GolfNow.
Your tee time?
I prepaid a tee time ( Golfnow Hot deal) for 1:00. However, this time was arbitrarily given to a member by the staff and I was assigned a later tee time. I was able to get off a bit early by my own doing and complete the round. I reported the club not honoring the tee time to Golfnow as it was their tee time but got no support.
Great Tips from Marshall John!
The course, overall, was in great condition and the greens rolled beautifully.
Soon after we began the second hole, Marshall John pulled up and gave us some insight on how to approach the course. He would come and go, undoubtedly off aiding others, but each time he returned, we were all ears.
He was an absolute pleasure to talk to and the conversation wasn't limited to golf.