Oak Country Club
|Red (W)||66||3333 yards||68.0||119|
|White M: 61.8/104||270||259||303||245||172||488||251||191||386||2565||100||225||107||85||108||251||149||232||115||1372||3937|
|Red W: 61.3/100||240||205||220||230||160||390||205||160||310||2120||90||195||100||75||108||230||105||210||100||1213||3333|
I enjoy this course, as a beginner this is just the right course to have fun and still have some challenges. Super friendly staff, and nice people on the course.
Have played this course many times over the years. Course is currently in great condition. Greens are rolling good and you can't beat this price.
Course needs better maintenance
Greens were in rough shape. I like trees but most greens were blocked by tree limbs on the back 9. Even when in the middle of the greens.
Fun course to take my son out to learn on.
Teaching my son how to play golf, this course provided wonderful rates with a very friendly staff. Most of the greens were excellent a few are damaged by the geese but they were still better than putting on a driveway. Even with a new player we finished in just over three hours, so it's a good one to sneak in after work.
Could be okay.
Course layout is crazy! Fortunately they have signs that are posted pretty well. I felt like I shot well, but I did not feel great about the game. Some greens were okay, others were just terrible. Lots of place to lose a ball, including the fringe of the green... bring a lot of el cheapos. Will not be returning.
It was a very different layout than what I am used to playing and for new players the course really does need more signs to help find the next Tbox. It was very reasonably priced but seems to be a number of uneducated or disrespectful golfers do to the amount of ball marks on the greens. Just because it is a low cost course doesn't mean you should treat it as so! All in all we had a good time and if your looking for something a little different this course is for you.
This course, though smaller is challenging with short par 3's, doglegs, small greens, and hills. It is a blast with a group. Staff couldn't be any nicer.
Played with a few of my buddies in some cold windy weather. Great little track to just go out and have fun. Some very unique holes that make it well worth your money!
Not a Snob - This Course is Fun!
I've played this course quite a few times. This is where I played my first ever round of golf just last year. No, it is not the nicest course in the area, but when I pay $15 to ride 18 holes, I don't expect it to be. I have fallen in love with the game of golf and look at each course as a different challenge. If you want to complain about how you lost your ball, then maybe you should hit it straighter. This course has really taught me how to use my irons and wedges. I normally only pull the driver out on 2 holes and try to focus more on my short game. The island green on 18 is always fun! I usually take a few strokes from up on the hill to see how close I can get to the pin. I started playing just 10 months ago and it is courses like this one that have helped me really improve my game. I could go out to some open course and let it fly, but at Oak Country I'm forced to think about my shots and put a good swing on it every time. Instead of being a golf snob, look at this as a challenge and enjoy the fact that you're not sitting in your office or out breaking your back....IT'S GOLF!!! The few members that I've spoken with all love the course and have no problem with letting a quicker group play through. Management has been great to me and my friends that I've brought out. Discounts on apparel and cheap food/drinks.
Fun course if you get the golfnow discount. Not worth the full price green fees. Not in great condition. Greens are horrible.
You pay for what you get
Overall the money I paid for this course was well worth it. The course is a little confusing and I wished it was labeled better. The greens were poorly kept but the lack of golfers made the golf pace very smooth.