Greenbrier Golf Club
|Red (W)||70||5406 yards||70.13||111|
|Blue M: 70.3/113||355||543||400||372||184||393||160||404||410||3221||391||186||529||415||376||192||386||370||391||3236||6457|
|White M: 68.9/110||320||528||389||357||170||382||145||394||395||3080||376||171||517||387||361||177||371||349||370||3079||6159|
|Red W: 70.1/111||303||407||358||338||155||365||95||372||372||2765||353||115||435||365||262||121||288||341||361||2641||5406|
Great Course for Beginners
Greenbrier isn't a difficult course. There are a few water holes, no bunkers, a few trees to aid in fairway identification. Overall, the course is wide open and not too many concerns surrounding lost balls.
There is a practice green near hole #1. No chipping area. The greens are in pretty decent shape as are the tee boxes. Fairways are nice, green, and easy to play.
The driving range is your basic range with billboard style range markers. $5 buckets.
There is a public pool for dip after playing 18. The clubhouse/lounge is comfortable and the staff is very friendly and helpful.
I highly recommend for beginners and those coming back to the game.
Excellent Beginner Course
The staff is gracious and friendly.
This public course is wide open with just a few water holes and no bunkers. Trees are sparse but what trees do exists aid in identifying fairways. There are a few somewhat blind holes which adds to the challenge.
The driving range is very basic with yardage markers. A small practice green exists near the first hole. The course would benefit from bunker additions and a chipping practice area. A swimming pool on premises allows for a cool dip after playing 18.
I feel it is an ideal course for the beginner and someone wanting to work on their game basics without much in the way of distractions.