Grandview Golf Course
|Red (W)||73||5254 yards||70.1||114|
|Mens M: 65.8/105||415||150||231||276||306||344||120||309||312||2463||333||282||267||300||485||472||343||200||409||3091||5554|
|Seniors M: 62.7/98||380||150||209||245||279||285||120||271||301||2240||246||226||260||253||396||404||297||150||340||2572||4812|
|Ladies W: 70.6/114||380||150||209||245||279||285||120||271||301||2240||246||226||260||253||396||372||297||150||340||2540||4780|
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I have been playing this course for 57 years and the layout is fun but greens are the worst I have ever seen them.
Great value for a quick round
This was my first time playing this course and it exceeded my expectations. I found the course to be relatively easy but still fun to play. For the hot deal price of 11 i would highly recommend you get out there and give it a go. Looking forward to playing here again in the future.
Worst Course I've ever played. AVOID!!!!
I've never been treated as rudely or played a worse maintained course in all my time playing golf. Ballmarks and scuffs across the greens then beer cans and cigarettes thrown all over the course. Had a greenskeeper scorn my group because a hole was closed, the issue with that is we were never told and it wasn't marked closed, but he treated us awful.
Huge divots in the fairways that were not replaced, absolutely no respect at all for what could be a great looking course.
Then to top it all off, it smell strongly of sewage along the 10/11 holes, to the point that my group picked up our balls and skipped the holes.
It's appalling that the City of Anderson takes such great "Pride" in this City owed course, to see it treated this way.
One of Anderson’s best
I have played this course many times and I find it continuously challenging and I also amazed of the continuing upkeep and condition of this overall course, I would recommend it to anyone first time players or seasoned. Also recently Implied great management
I’ve been playing this course for about 10 years and keeps getting
better and as far as the fairways and greens. They just updated their
fleet of golf carts and they are really nice. This course is good for weekend hackers, scratch golfers and in between.
Front 9 course conditions markedly better than back 9.
This course is not a Prairie View or the Fort. It’s not going to blow you away with plush greens, valet service, or high-end views. What you will get is an old-school, thoughtfully laidout, fun course that is a tremendous value.
The course is hilly and out in the middle of nowhere. Both features I loved, and can be hard to find in Indy. Some might find the course too easy as it’s only 5500 yards from the tips and all holes are very straight.The Par 4’s are very short, and in some cases driveable. They tended to make up for it with longer par 3’s and 5’s. Still there wasn’t a flat hole on the course which leads to creative stances and blind shots. That’s where the challenge comes in. I found it to be a nice change of pace for central IN.
Best part was the value/quality ratio. No this isn’t a premier course, but they realize that and price it as a bargain. I paid a normal rate of $25 for a 10:30 Saturday morning tee time. Tee boxes weren’t chewed up, greens were fast and unpredictable, and there was a clear distinction of fairways to rough. The quality wasn’t mind-blowing, but the price made the quality seem stellar. If this was in a closer location to Indy, it would easily be a $40-50 course.
It is way out of the way for most, but for someone on the north/northeast side, I’d say it’s worth the drive.
Great day playing a very nice couse.
Grandview, a typical muni course, is surprisingly well maintained. Its a short course which plays really easy, has a fair amount of elevation change, but very little water and virtually no sand. Which means you can score really, really well.
Grandview is a classic short course, playing at 5550 from the tips (par 70). Not sure I've ever seen a 65.8/105 rating before, but it makes sense. If you drive it straight there are several par 4's that can be reached or come close from the tee. Lots of rolling hills through the course. All the greens are small circles sloped back to front, but they are rock hard and fast. Even lob wedges just ran when hitting them on approach, so bounce it up classic-links style. Conditions are ok, about what you'd expect going in. Some bare spots in a few fairways where puddles must've done some damage. Most of the sand traps have been filled in but the couple that are still there are like small piles of sand more than what you'd think of as a bunker. Lots of walkers and an older clientele in general. Would be a good course to learn on.
Overall if you find yourself nearby and can get a cheap hot deal then sure, but it's not worth traveling to play.