Exeter Public Golf Course
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An extremely friendly staff highlights this hidden gem.
The course is in good condition and contributes to improve after the covid shutdown.
It’s a really good course to work in your short game and your approach shots.
So glad to see them opened again. The course is in pretty good shape, and I’m sure after a couple of weeks in operation, it’ll be even better.
Good for practice
You can play this 9 hole for often cheaper than a bucket of balls. Helps you work on your short game.
Great place to just enjoy yourself, practice your short game, or teach a beginner. Par was 29 not the 31 shown here.
Pace - 5, walked nine and practiced various shots multiple times all in less than an hour.
Course conditions - 2, everything was mostly green, but the greens were shaggy, very slow, and bumpy. One tee is a mat and/or some very rough turf.
Staff - 5, Very laid back atmosphere and players/staff are engaging and friendly.
Value - 5, nine bucks nine holes, not positive but I think the 18 rate is even better.
Food - 2, basic.
Facilities - 2, older well kept, no range.
Overall - 2, compared to most regulation courses there are a few areas lacking (mostly the range) and thus the 2. As a way to just enjoy/practice/teach this is a great place that I highly recommend.