Longhills Golf Course
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Decently fun golf course
Course is in better shape than the previous time I played. Grass is better in some fairways and still non existent in others. Booked a 9:30 tee time with pro shop and when ready for my time, had to wait on two groups in front of me because everyone was backed up. Would greatly help with time management on course if someone were to monitor tee times and make sure groups are playing in adequate times. Range is consistently closed because workers are too busy trying to play “rock, paper, scissors” to see who goes to gather range balls. Overheard from two employees when finished with round getting a drink from clubhouse. Overall, decent track for a little too much money, but it’s the closest one within 10 miles that’s not private.
Not worth the trip
This course is in very poor shape. The layout is confusing at some holes and I constantly have to tell people that have never played there which fairway to aim at when you get to hole 5,6,9 and 18. These 4 holes are pretty much bunched together and on a busy day can be dangerous and confusing if players don't have the courtesy to wait. Most holes have no yardage markers and the ones that do are written in spray paint on the cart path. So it's an absolute necessity to have a range finder to give you yardage or just accept that you have to play with NO IDEA what the yardage is on most of your shots. Most of the greens are in terrible shape and it's about 50/50 that you'll get to play hole #8 because the green is in such terrible shape that they have to close it. If the price is cheap enough then it's worth playing but you shouldn't pay more than $15-20 for a round here. And on some days that's not even worth it. It's best to play here on a day that you know won't be busy and you know you have a way to get a yardage.
i played this course dozens of times when i lived in the area many years ago. I played last month and was amazed at how poor the course condition was. The greens were horrible, the fairways were close to dead, around the greens were rock hard.
In DeSPiTE of It ALL (*_*)
Despite the situation and adversity created by Covid-19 circumstances, Longhills Golf Course and it's staff proved that it is above the best!! They had it together. I had a wonderful and happy golf day - NO problema. My thanks to all of you for making me forget it ALL in such an enjoying way and stress-free manner.
The greens are much improved since the last time I played. Some of the fairways are under improvement now so I had to lower the course rate.
This was not the worst course I have ever played at, but definitely far from the best. The fairways have weeds and clumps of mowed grass which was very annoying. The layout of the course is very confusing, lots of back and forth. Twice while at the tee box, groundskeepers were mowing around me which was distracting.
This course is really rough to play on the fairways aren’t good. You’re just as good in the rough as you would be in the fairway. The course is not kept up very well.
Used to be a decent course but needs a lot of work. However it is winter
One par 3 is currently closed for maintenance. The green is tore up. I’m no professional course critic, but it was close, different hole shapes and I only paid $25 for 18 holes. (Well, 17 with the one being closed) Can’t beat it in my book!
Professional and friendly staff, course is improving each time I play it, and an overall great experience. I’ll be back.
Not worth full price.
Nice course if you can get a HOT DEAL otherwise the course is way overpriced for the course conditions. Beware during the week when High School golf season is playing. The pro shop fails to remove tee times on Golfnow even though they know a high scool golf tournament is coming. Pro shop offered a raincheck but that doesn't help when you make plans to play golf and you have out of town guests. Simple fix, remove the tee times from Golfnow when you know there will be a high school tournament.
For the price, location and rather challenging play this course is well worth it. I’ve played it 3 times now and still want to go back. Yes, some greens need work, but it’s clear they are working on it! The hole locations and layout of the greens have been very challenging!
Better every time
I play this course 2 to 3 times a week, every time I play it, it has been better shape than before. They still have work to do on the greens, and I wish they would put the bunkers back in. For a new golfer like me you can’t beat the value!
Still work in progress
The greens are still being worked so some of them are far from being done. I only had trouble at one tee box so they have improved them as some of the other reviewers have mentioned. Overall a good place to work on your game and spend some time with friends
The layout of this course is fun and open, but does need some work if they’re going to charge $24 per 9 holes. A few of the greens were in rough shape due to dead spots, and some fairways had a lot of dead spots on them. Overall decent experience. I hope they can improve and become a top notch course
No Food in clubhouse
Course is in decent condition to say the least. Better maintenance is needed around greens and fairways need more grass. It’s been raining on and off here for about 2 months or so I understand that. Clubhouse should be stocked with food and at least some hot dogs, but nothing. Course is very over priced without golf now tee time. Only play here for convienence.
The course has improved since the last time I played. There’s still a lot of work needed. The greens were hard and fast