The North at Hartland Glenn Golf Course
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|White M: 69.2/120||360||447||335||360||218||304||490||385||113||3012||372||497||375||384||146||507||327||350||136||3094||6106|
|Gold M: 64.5/111 W: 69.2/117||319||378||278||296||179||244||402||339||103||2538||311||401||318||290||126||432||319||282||125||2604||5142|
|Red W: 68.8/115||313||372||272||286||175||237||398||336||95||2484||304||399||315||285||122||427||311||278||118||2559||5043|
Good greens, rest of course not in good shape
The speed and overall condition of the greens made it playable. The rest of the course is not in good condition. The layout of the course is pretty pleasant. The lack of access to the clubhouse/restaurant/bathrooms was unusual, even given the Covid situation.
I understand it's mid-summer in August however the course at Heartland Glen South was in such poor condition fairway shots were akin to hitting off of hard pack or cart path and bunker shots if you were unfortunate enough to land in one were no different. I've golfed here about a half a dozen times this year and while early spring the course seem to be maintained much better it seems they have not done much to maintain the course since then.
Great price and nice greens rest of course in rough shape.
Greens were in great shape. Fairways were in really bad shape. Entire course was really dry and hard grass was in bad shape except greens.
I arrived 15 minutes before my tee time - was informed that all tee times had been cancelled for the remainder of the day - apparently due to rain that had previously come through. Was told that all golfers were notified, however I did not receive notification. I was informed that the course had notified GN that the booking was cancelled due to weather. When I went on-line to cancel the reservation, it indicated that I was not able to cancel the reservation.
Always love playing Hartland Glen
Always love playing Hartland Glen I really like both sides on Hartland Glen both north and south. The south was designed by George Duke. There’s been a lot of changes over the years that I made it slightly more friendly golfer wise. You don’t have to work the ball a whole lot. I do recommend that they shave the trees on 15 at least on the left side is you have to hit a dead street or it’s over. Other than that the course is very fair. The course conditions are really improved over the last year. So good recommendation golf courseQ
Needs some work
We were one of just a few groups on the course on a hot day. The greens were in great condition, very green and soft. The tee boxes on the other hand were horrendous. They aren't level, don't have much grass and some even have giant holes in them. The bunkers are completely unplayable. They are full of small and large stones. The sand itself is nearly concrete. With that said, it was very affordable and probably worth the money.
All of the cups on this course were filled with water. There were puddles on the green so you could not even putt. The tee box was in awful shape and this was a large waste of money. NEVER go here
Beautiful day on the golf course. Very quiet, great pace no pressure. Perfect
Challenging but fun
South course is very challenging-it kicked my butt however I really enjoyed it. I know where to go when I start playing better and want to do a rematch against myself.
The course was in great shape. Minimal in the club house due to social distancing and pandemic restrictions. The greens were near perfect. Good speed, played straighter than they looked.
Staff was able to provide separate carts due to covid crisis. Much appreciated. Wide fairways and open landing areas made this course a pleasure to play. Will be back
the course was mostly in good shape although the tee boxes seem to be fairly neglected.
Played the north course for the first time in its entirety I definitely prefer the south.
The pace of play was very slow, unfortunately even though it is posted that unless you have permission you are not to have groups larger than 4 we got stuck behind 2 such groups and the ranger didn't seem capable of remedying the problem. I sympathize with him its my opinion the never should've been allowed to begin with large groups one of which had a small child among them.