Bacon Park Golf Course
Previously known as Cypress/Live Oak at Bacon Park Golf Course.
|Red (W)||71||4760 yards||67.1||112|
|Gold M: 71.0/121||405||379||443||153||403||348||432||470||203||3236||452||315||382||414||131||418||376||233||461||3182||6418|
|Blue M: 69.1/116||386||358||358||147||368||337||425||457||187||3023||435||305||372||345||121||393||366||224||441||3002||6025|
|White M: 66.3/111 W: 70.9/120||351||301||349||134||345||301||420||413||179||2793||398||295||349||305||111||324||305||198||393||2678||5471|
|Red M: 62.7/104 W: 67.1/112||327||288||241||121||308||237||399||361||131||2413||359||265||305||262||101||309||252||159||335||2347||4760|
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Don’t waste your $$
Not as advertised and a person I played with described it as such, “I would call it a cow pasture but the cows might get upset” and I concur!!
Fun, Short Golf Course
I enjoy playing at this course. It is a fairly short golf course, but it does provide a good challenge for beginners and intermediate level players. I will be playing this course fairly often moving forward.
Bacon Park, Savannah
Really enjoyed playing this course. Well laid out and wide open for the most part. Only issue I had were some slow moving folks playing 3grouos in front who were holding up Everyone!!
Will definitely be back
Greens looking good
Course is well maintained for public course and price is great. You can play 18 holes in 3 hours alone.
Tough but fair
the course was in very nice condition, greens fast and tricky. I was surprised at the fact i could play a course as nice as this for so little.
Good old Savannah Feel
This course is In great shape can't wait to play it again. The Donald Ross design complements a touch of class while challenging one to every opportunity.
Nice municipal course. Well maintained and the use of social distancing was good. Club house was not what I expected. Looked like a thrift shop and not very professional.
Fairways are very open. Greens start out a little rough but they get much better. They really need to repave the cart paths.
Not a good time to play this course
Greens are full of and surrounded by Crabgrass. Damage on greens to the point you could not even put. Had to play 15 of 18 holes just taking a 2 put and moving on. Grass around some greens not mowed and 6 inches high. New Carts are nice with digital navigation and course layout, however, very annoying to have the cart be disabled about 25 times during the round saying you can or cannot go in a specific area even between green and tee box. One time I was on the Gravel path and it made me not go that way and go around to the otherside of the Tee box to park? Ended up being a comedy club and good Driver and mid-iron practice round for the cheap price. Hope things are going in the right direction, could be a very nice course if greens were playable.
What a great course
I play pretty much every day and after a year and a half I still find this course challenging and interesting. I shoot in the 70s and low 80s from the men's tees even though I am 74 and could play from the senior tees and play once a week from the blue tees. I would recommend this course to anyone. It is beautiful and lots of birds and wildlife are found.
Greens need work
The greens need serious work. Still recovering from aeration I guess. Bunkers are solid sand/dirt
WONT PLAY HERE AGAIN
I'm new to the area and have played almost all the courses in the area. I'm all about supporting local places. Needless to say, I was very disappointed. For $44.00 per person, definitely not worth it. Greens were the worst I've ever played on. IN MY LIFE. Also this was the only course I've ever played when you get to the break, 9 holes that you don't get, go past, clubhouse. so be aware. Have what you need and want
Nice break from the beach
Staff was friendly, and the course was easy to navigate. Very forgiving fairways. Love the old Oak trees throughout.
Bacon park is the best value in Savannah. Hands down!
Really. Not even close.
Greens are in good shape. The greens run slow so you really have to hit the putter. The fairways are getting better too with all this rain. Overall this course is well worth the price. Driving range is good too.
Bacon Park is probably the best shape it’s been in since I’ve played it, with my first experience occurring 25 years ago. The course has seen some layout changes but the most recent formats have had a few years of development and the fairways and greens were in good shape. Still lacking a cart path and halfway house, the Donald Ross course Design is challenging enough for experienced golfers But forgiving enough for beginners and high handicappers.