Sleeping Giant Golf Course
|Red (W)||37||2216 yards||32.2||106|
|Blue M: 32.7/96||130||407||179||374||459||345||207||227||343||2671||2671|
|White M: 32.4/94 W: 33.2/95||125||399||170||355||440||331||199||217||336||2572||2572|
|Red M: 32.0/92 W: 31.2/92||116||390||128||255||315||301||187||206||318||2216||2216|
A Nice Short Course for Locals
Despite the heavy stuff that started coming down while we were on the 7th hole, I really enjoyed my first round here. It's short and easily walkable, with a great backdrop of the mountain.
The first and third are par 3's and a few more holes later on are marked as par 4's, but could easily be reached in one shot. You still can break out the driver on a few holes, but many can reach the green in two without it. Mostly I was impressed with the quality of the course. It seemed like it was pretty well maintained in most parts.
Had it been a nicer day, I'd imagine that the course could get backed up a bit with the lack of length. Still, $20 for nine holes on a Saturday is a great deal anywhere.
short but not simple
I live near the course and gotta say it's a far cry from the old pitch and putt, fairways drier than a desert of a dozen years ago. While not long, it does give you a chance to use quite a few clubs. Odd layout - a par three to start- and two holes fairly identical back-to-back (7 and 8#- the two newer holes 4 and 5 are longer but unimaginative. The good news is that there is a large driving range- quick access for food and drink #Aunt Chiladas) and the price is fair. The course presently is plush- and the greens smooth and well mainured. Maybe best of all is the walker freindly aspect -very level and not at all rugged.