Tri-County Golf Club
|Gold (W)||72||5742 yards||72.0||115|
|Red (W)||72||5470 yards||69.7||111|
|Blue M: 70.7/115||351||472||174||378||423||444||161||634||349||3386||376||390||292||514||420||400||312||193||381||3278||6664|
|White M: 68.7/111||326||450||161||275||404||424||152||615||328||3135||367||381||287||451||406||378||290||172||369||3101||6236|
|Gold M: 66.6/107 W: 66.6/107||313||446||155||260||359||389||138||538||324||2922||354||365||250||442||348||357||287||159||358||2920||5842|
|Red W: 69.7/111||300||420||145||250||370||360||135||475||300||2755||310||340||245||430||320||340||250||150||330||2715||5470|
An out-of-the-way course, but it definitely gets its share of play. The course has a nice parkland style layout. The greens are in phenomenal shape, and putt very well. The rest of the course, however, is struggling from the recent deluge of rain, and it does not appear to drain very well. With that the fairways were barely distinguishable from the rough, and there were a lot of muddy spots and bare patches win the fairway. Since there isn't a contiguous cart path, you can see where a lot of travel goes through the mud.
I think the course has a lot of potential though when it's in season and not wet. I say that mostly from the greens, which any course would be happy with. The layout can be attacked, with some short par 4's and par 5's (though one is over 600 yards if the tees are in their normal spot). Very walkable course too. If you're in the area, you can do worse, especially at the price point. Just wait until it dries out and they can tend to the fairways.