Colwood Golf Center
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Crappy layout, course and all around experience
horrible course, terrible shape and maintainable lacking.
Driving range goes right between hole one and four with no screens. I was in fringe of 5 hole and range ball landed 10 feet from me. For 16 dollars a 9 this is the worst course for the money I have ever played. Been golfing for over 3 I years all around the world.
Pretty good iron practice par 3.
Very short but you can work on your irons and it’s a nicely kept little course...
Uneven Tee Box, Mushy Greens, Fun Course
I have to cut the course a little slack becuase it rained 2 days ago. The balls were almost plugging on the greens. Otherwise it was fun.
Poorly maintained while under heavy use
While the driving range is very good, the golf course itself took a back seat in care and grooming, fairways are rough and weedy, greens have brown patches and have divots all over, tee boxes are bare dirt due to heavy divots damage. The course suffers from, I think, lots of beginners golfers who don’t know how to care for the course while scooping chunks of grass on frequent miss hits. I think better signage and course tutoring should go a long way towards helping the course survive during this Covid pandemic heavy use.
This place is a fun and quick or 3 only took an hour to play. The only bad thing about this course I think the yardage markers are a tad off and the tee boxes could use a little love
Had a good time. Greens were good except for ball marks. People need to be reminded to fix their ball marks. Will definitely play here again.
Short game work
Tee boxes need work and I wish the players would take care of their green divots. Decent course.
Soggy but good for $10
Typical Par 3, very friendly staff. Rough was decently challenging and punished missed greens. Greens were smooth but a little long. Not a lot of people fixing their ball marks. Great range and very well maintained clubhouse/practice area.
Colwood Golf - Good Par 3 Practice Course
This is a covert good course to practice on irons and wedges (mostly wedges). Most holes are about 150 yards or so with the longest hole being 197.
Challenge your short game
This course is doing a great job of navigating these COVID19 times. Course is in decent shape and the greens are not easy, but can run on the slow side. Overall it’s a fun course and a great way to work out your short game.
Fun tight par 3s 9 holer
This is urban golf, 9 holes of par 3 fit snugly into a city block, traffic running along the left side of holes 1 and 2, if you hook your shot it could end up on somebody car windshields! Greens were smooth and fast, longest hole is 188, most are under 100 yards. It’s a practice course for your short games and also has a decent driving range and practice green, you can spend a couple hours out here hitting some balls then walk the 9 holes right after work.