Nutters Chapel Golf & Country Club
|Grizzly Bear||72||6674 yards|
|Black Bear||72||6071 yards|
|Brown Bear||72||5418 yards|
|Sugar Bear (W)||72||4755 yards|
|Purple Bear M: 70.7/123||438||518||137||602||235||407||272||165||546||3320||362||311||401||187||412||618||170||352||541||3354||6674|
|White Bear M: 68.0/120||382||477||111||553||207||378||268||150||492||3018||348||293||368||164||377||560||137||293||513||3053||6071|
|Brown Bear M: 63.7/113 W: 69.1/123||326||433||90||518||161||349||247||102||450||2676||321||268||321||141||354||492||114||264||467||2742||5418|
|Red Bear W: 64.8/113||303||392||75||446||121||314||228||72||401||2352||272||232||272||90||312||461||90||251||423||2403||4755|
There is a cramped feeling about the course which badly needed mowing. The greens had not recovered from a past vertical mowing and the bunkers only had rocks...literally, rocks that would destroy a club head. Very dissappointing because other Lindsey courses I've played were very nice.
It's a pretty course, but not in good condition. I've lived here for the better part of a year, and the greens are always a little deceptive. The greens aren't quick and they're pretty hard, so spinning the ball doesn't give much of a reaction most of the time. The greens are also pretty small for the most part, and the par 5's are pushing 600 yards from the tips other than 9 and 18. Not a single fairway bunker on the course, but still demands well placed tee shots. The bunkers lack sand, its literally mostly rocks so I don't even play out of them unless I'm playing competitively. It's 40 dollars for a non member, which isn't that great of a deal.