Melrose Golf Course
|Ladies (W)||54||1917 yards||54.3||103|
|Mens M: 53.1/99||85||105||120||115||121||70||124||90||95||925||111||120||87||145||110||93||114||116||96||992||1917|
|Ladies W: 54.3/103||85||105||120||115||121||70||124||90||95||925||111||120||87||145||110||93||114||116||96||992||1917|
Greens are deplorable
Great course to go practice your wedge game. Small greens help you focus on your wedges and targets.
However, do not bother to bring a putter. The majority of the greens were sand (yes sand), some weeds, and fire ant mounds. We were repeatedly bitten by fire ants as we attempted shots on the green, and while I’d be generous in a review for a $12 course, this was not putting by any stretch of the the imagination. We all did better using our wedges to bleed the ball then our putters
Wedges and Chipping
Only reason I would head here would be the range and if I wanted to get some walking in along with wedge and chipping practice. This isn’t Augusta national and the greens and tee boxes are sub par but the wedge shots and tight greens make it a quick walk (played it thurs at lunch time) and target practice outside of the range. If you want quality this may not be your first choice but if you want something quick and work on diff yardage wedge shots then spending the $10-$12 is reasonable.
You get what you paid for on this course.
Cheap place to play. Didn’t know until got there that they only take cash. Most the greens are not in good condition. The greens were covered in sand. Nice driving range. Does not sell any food or drinks there.