Eagle Pines Golf Club
|Red (W)||70||5032 yards||67.3||114|
|Blue M: 69.6/131||375||495||330||166||417||382||350||181||320||3016||365||410||310||140||368||195||331||576||395||3090||6106|
|White M: 68.3/129||355||485||325||152||363||372||342||165||310||2869||365||390||310||130||357||150||331||520||383||2936||5805|
|Gold M: 65.1/119||340||485||325||152||297||362||342||150||300||2753||357||385||300||125||298||120||320||447||355||2707||5460|
|Red W: 67.7/118||340||438||262||146||292||362||290||141||290||2561||357||316||300||117||298||66||261||447||309||2471||5032|
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Nice Course, But a Bit Waterlogged
This is a course we have played before a few times. Employees are always very friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately the area has had lots of rain and quite a few holes have standing water. This made play a bit tough. There were some cart path restrictions on certain holes; might have been best to make all holes the same to avoid further damage to course. Will certainly be back to play Eagle Pines.
Wet - 45 degrees but little wind
Course to our self
Greens would be great for any time of year
Smooth and consistent speed
Tees and fairways good
Carts on paths
Course really wet
Traps need played as ground under repair
It’s golf in february
Nothing special at this course, but it’s cheap, the people are great, and no crowds. Front nine is at straight forward as it gets, the back has a couple tough holes.
Great place to play in winter
Always injoy this course it is in great shape after 10”snow melt.
Love It Here
From the time we walked in the clubhouse and were greeted by the amazingly friendly woman, until when we left, our experience was fantastic. The other golfers we encountered were friendly, even the course kitty cat was friendly too.
If you get a chance to play here, you have to !
Won’t be playing this course again!
I book early tee times to ensure I don’t have anyone in front of me since I play fast. This course let a large group of senior golfers do a shotgun start after I made the turn and they were in my way the whole back 9. I finally quit after Hole 15 because I was so irritated that they were acting like they were doing me a favor by letting me play through! What’s the point of making an early tee time if a golf course is gonna let big groups out ahead of you? No mention of any outings or men’s league when I started.
This was a nice course. We had an absolutely great time, which is most important. The course was great. I would definitely recommend playing here!
First time playing and will definitely be back
The course was very well kept. I got stuck behind a mens league but I just skipped the holes and went back. Course was very nice and I will recommend to people and definitely be back.
Eagle Pines is a decent older course. Several tight tee shots can be found through narrow windows of trees, that perhaps could use a little trimming (especially 13, a par 3 that requires a slice short iron/wedge from the blue tees around the overhang). It was in firm shape throughout despite recent rain, though there was some evidence here and there of water damage. It's not a long course, so you can put away the driver if you're prone to spray. The holes looked like they haven't been moved in a while given the condition of the lips, but the greens rolled at a decent pace. Sand was a bit thin and pounded down, no rakes to be found when I went in. Water here and there was mostly pond scum.
Overall you can do better, but you can do worse too. It'd be a solid course for beginners or walkers as it's pretty flat. Just wear sleeves - it's apparently a problem there as 2 signs remind you of the requirement.
nice rural scenic course
Not going to lie, we meant to book 'Eagle Creek Pines' but got this course instead. It's a very scenic course, with lots of tree's and no residential houses in sight. Don't expect perfect quality on the greens, bunkers, or even water hazards, but for the price we paid and the beautiful scenic course, it was worth it. Some holes the farrow was pretty narrow, having me use my 3-wood to be safe. You won't find many bunkers along the path to the pin at this course either, pretty much straight shot fairway to pin every hole.
Don’t blow off greens! Clumps of dead grass everywhere! Sand traps are HORRIBLE!! Glad I only paid $11.00 hot deal. Going to Martinsville Golf Club from now on!! That course is TOP NOTCH
Overall course is nice. Sand traps are HORRIBLE and have been for years! Super needs to address this. Still a lot of leaves all over course (been to other courses this year and hardly any leaves). Overall greens are nice. A few have some rough spots but still very playable. Overall nice course to play, especially with Hot Deal.
Golf course good shape
Golf course is in good shape after a long Cool winter looking forward to spring Golf here
Wintertime Garth is the best at this course
Wintertime Garth is the best at this courseGood place to go and play golf he keep your swing up tIn winter
This course may not be long but certainly has it’s challenging holes. It is in pretty good shape considering all of the various types of weather we have had this year. Enjoyable round of golf
Excellent course Maintenance
In spite of all the spring rain, the Maintenance staff of Eagle Pines has managed to get all the grass mowed when other local courses have struggled to keep up. The golf course was in excellent condition and very playable. We had a really good time as pace of play and weather were almost perfect. It was like finally spring time golf as it should be. I would and have recommended Eagle Pines to friends and associates. My hat is off to the Maintenance staff. What a herculean effort to have the entire course mowed and greens tended while up against one of the wettest springs ever.