Shiloh Springs Golf Club
|Blue M: 69.1/126||340||413||365||528||493||338||170||179||513||3339||361||342||200||372||203||513||416||408||185||3000||6339|
|White M: 67.6/120 W: 73.1/127||320||393||353||512||459||323||161||163||475||3159||319||330||173||337||175||485||400||392||158||2769||5928|
|Gold M: 65.9/109||300||369||333||490||405||307||145||151||465||2965||316||325||156||270||149||460||365||381||145||2567||5532|
|Red W: 67.7/120||293||358||280||479||385||292||140||131||370||2728||306||320||143||259||138||440||358||329||135||2428||5156|
tee boxes need some work lots of thin areas. fairways were thin in a few places but overall in good condition. rough very tall and thick. greens were average lots of divot damage
My round consisted of 1 hole.
So many 4 sums back to back to back would have been an 8+ hr round. Not trying to spend half the day here. Overbooked like crazy jus to get that $. They stole $ from me today...
Course is nice and was right after a 1.5” rain So was wet! Any advise to the course is work on the T boxes! They’re are rough, other then that greens were in great shape! Love the course!!
Course was dry causing poor lies, confusing layout, one green had a chunk of grass missing around the cup. Staff was very friendly.
This is a Great Life course. They are making changes to the course which has improved some areas but there are other areas which seem to be currently ignored for some reason. Not sure if all of the changes are actually improving the course.
Course needs work
Tee boxes were not in good shape, hole 8 has a huge issue with a water leak of some type. It is destroying the cart path and there is no fairway to speak of; if you do land short of the green it is so swamped that you dare not try to find it. Hole #11 is also the stupidest designed hole I've ever played. You can lay up ( blind landing ) or go for the green, but the view is blocked by trees so you cannot see your ball land no matter what. It also has some sort of water issues as there are 2 different areas that are swamped. None of the bunkers have sand, so they are basically mud puddles and unplayable. There are no yardage markers and the GPS was a little sketchy so club selection was a concern. They were upgrading the lower part of the clubhouse and it looks to be very nice, but I don't golf for the clubhouse. Fix the water issues, buy some sand and mow the tee boxes.
Course is in great shape. The greens are awesome. No crowd. Play was fast , we did a 4 hour round. Just took our time and enjoyed the course. Plan on playing the course again
Course is under construction in some areas that are not really golf related. Course was also very wet which is pretty typical for most local courses this year. That created some pretty deep rough in many spots! Some tee boxes need some work and some areas of cart paths (#8) need repair.
Play was rather slow this time around.
This used to be a great course for the price, now it’s like playing in your backyard that hasn’t been mowed in 3 weeks......nothing has been kept up with. The greens are fine, but everything else is awful. Not being able to find your golf ball in the fairway because the grass is so tall is an issue, and hitting from the rough was near impossible because of the thickness. Really hope they can turn this around, but I will not be back for sometime.
Enjoyed playing at Shiloh
Booked 9 am tee time for relatives that came into town and we played 9 holes. Always love playing this course even when the weather was less than stellar. Would recommend this course every time.
Nice layout but,
Fairways are not in good shape. It's very patchy (if that's a word). Grass was spotty in the fairways and around the fringe.
Not yet ready
Early in the season. Greens are excellent. Fairways are recovering from winter melt. Probably can’t get big mowers to even the fairways. Enjoyed the layout. Elevation changes are key to managing the course
Not good. Early spring so I didn’t expect conditions to be great. But greens hadn’t been touched. Had to hammer every put and the bouncing rolls made putting really impossible. Just know that the person who built this place wasnt into golf course construction but housing. It’s clear this course was laid out by someone who had no idea what they were doing. I know that’s my harsh opinion but needing a hard hat to play as well as poorly planned holes isn’t my idea of challenging. You don’t just make a hole 400 yards and call it a par 4. HOW YOU PLAY THE HOLE is what makes it a par whatever. My friend and I left after 9 holes because it was clear scoring here would be impossible given the conditions and layout. To be fair, Shoal Creek and Tiffany Greens is more my idea of a golf course. This is a good ‘ole boy kind of track-if you know what I mean.
State of flux
This course has been under new management for one year now. They are making changes but it remains to be seen if they are for the better. So far, it doesn’t seem like they are doing much for the actual course. It is okay to play but I have been expecting more from it since they took over and raised the rates.
Fun setup. Rough fairways
The course was pretty healthy besides the fairways that are mostly dead.