Webb Hill Country Club
|Red (W)||72||5441 yards||72.9||131|
|Blue M: 72.9/127||376||191||373||473||379||201||359||590||421||3363||348||203||386||568||399||189||414||500||417||3424||6787|
|White M: 70.6/122||354||172||373||450||350||174||341||568||396||3178||338||168||354||523||379||170||385||476||408||3201||6379|
|Red W: 71.9/131||334||150||334||423||277||154||321||462||308||2763||304||155||280||501||275||148||276||403||331||2673||5436|
|Green M: 66.3/109 W: 71.7/128||282||150||221||423||272||154||273||562||308||2645||304||155||280||501||275||148||281||403||331||2678||5323|
Great layout, great staff, great price. Can’t beat Charles or Mel’s hospitality
Holes #. 1,2,10,11 are pretty open. After that, it’s trees, and elevated greens. Back is tough, very targeted tee shots. But I love the course and especially the hospitality, Not knowing what to expect ,out in the country, you drive up to a nice country club setting with dining and a pool. The pro shop is small but they’ll have what you need. Mel is very friendly and helpful and most likely you’ll get to meet Charles, the owner. Fast play. Greens can be subject but they try hard to make it a special course unless those in the metroplex. Great place. Don’t miss it,
Great but tough course
Out in the country. Great course layout, trees and water. Greens are always suspect
and slow. Great staff, great friendliness (especially Charles). Great price. Love to play as pace is very good and a challenging course
Rain Go Away
Course looks good..friendly staff
Course very wet from rain..they are working hard
to keep it open.
I hadn’t played the course in more than 20 years but was surprised to see it in pretty good shape, despite the wet conditions.
The greens were very slow but considering the conditions and the time of year, I thought they were in good shape ( and a good bargain for a holiday). The course was not that busy, which was another surprise, due to being the eve of a holiday.
All in all, I would come back to play here and would recommend it to anyone.
Fast Pace, Slow Greens
The greens needed mowing and were very slow. All grasses were fairly thick and green giving true lies and rolls. We had the course to ourselves to enjoy the challenging layout and solitude.
Enjoyed the challenge this course offered for my abilities. Well laid out. I'll be back.
Greens in bad shape. Practically no grass and FAST. The rest of course is in pretty good condition.
Tough course with horrible greens
This was my first time to play this course and I was extremely disappointed in the course conditions. All of the greens were diseased or they didn’t have hardly any grass on them. There was lots of hard pan on the fairways, flood or soggy areas in low lying areas and the maintenance was spotty. The layout was very challenging with lots of blind tee shots and this course would be a lot funner if it had some more TLC.
The rain and winter has impacted the course. The greens had little grass and did not roll true. Hopefully as it gets warmer and with some TLC the course will be in better shape. For the GolfNow price and pace of play and the opportunity to get away from the city we will continue to play it. All tee shots except for hole #1 and par 3s are blind shots.
I decided to try this course on the recommendation of a former club member that had recently moved to our community. It is a bit of a drive to get to but worth the effort. The club house is very nice and though the bar and restaurant were closed the day Ii played for an private party they did appear well stocked and comfortable. The course conditions were a little ragged due to the winter weather but playable. The greens rolled well. The course has a few blind tee shots and the rolling terrain provides a fair amount of up and down slope. Each tee has a hole map posted next to it so it is possible to see the various hazards that exist. Water comes into play on several holes and there is a mix of open and tree lined fairways. Pace of play was uninhibited. It was a cold windy day and I only saw one other golfer on the course. Better weather I'm sure will bring more players. The staff, at all levels. was friendly and helpful. I will definitely go back and give the course another try. A side note, the pro there is an older gentleman who got his start in the golf business working for Harvey Penick at the Austin Country Club back in the late forties and early fifties.
Very nice rural course
The fairways and tee boxes were wet due to a recent rain. This is a course that we will continue to play on a regular basis.
Nice rural course
We drive 50 miles to play the course. My gf and I get to play it at a non rushed pace it has a very nice layout and very challenging. All tee shots except par 3s are blind shots. The greens had been prepared for winter so some didn’t roll true. Lots of leaves so finding balls was a challenge. We will continue to play it. My gf is learning the game. And it’s a great place to go and not feel rushed.
The course is a good course this time of year there were a lot of leaves from the trees lost a couple balls in the leaves. The course was in good shape friendly staff and greens were in good shape.
Decided to take a one hour drive
I had read some reviews on this country course and decided to take the one hour drive to Wolfe City to play it. My wife and stepson joined me for the trip.
We got a golfnow deal to play for basically $14 per person. I can honestly say that made it much easier to enjoy regardless of the other parts of this review. This is a country course - 18 flagsticks stuck in shorter mowed areas. Some cups were perched on 8 degree slopes making putting impossible. Some holes had grass, some not so much. Many holes bent at weird angles with teeboxes set a different direction. Just an odd course. That being said, it pretty much met my expectations.
Staff was very friendly and inviting. The owner introduced himself several times and even showed us books and pictures of himself with Ben Crenshaw, Harvey Penick, and other UT golf greats.
Bottom line: Glad we went here once. Might not be worth a 1-2 hour drive from the Metroplex, but for anyone on east side of Dallas or far NE texas, it is an option.
This course is very challenging.
Challenging golf course with a lot of blind shots . Fairways were in great shape as well as the greens . Enjoyable day at a great place to play .
One of our favorites
My Gf and I play this course regularly. We drive 50 plus miles to play it every 2 weeks. It’s worth the drive. It will challenge your game. Except for par 3s all tee shots are blind shots. Take the trip. Go play a round.