Sundance Golf Club
|Red (W)||73||5242 yards||70.9||118|
|Blue M: 71.4/130||403||203||328||332||331||499||386||342||281||3105||364||408||398||229||120||180||135||355||120||2309||5414|
|White M: 70.2/129 W: 74.0/130||395||174||306||325||318||487||368||323||272||2968||351||400||386||187||120||175||120||355||120||2214||5182|
|Combo M: 67.6/124 W: 72.5/127||395||137||306||325||318||487||340||323||272||2903||321||330||390||200||120||175||127||355||120||2138||5041|
|Red M: 65.2/120 W: 71.2/125||381||123||241||260||304||362||330||278||224||2503||249||330||352||120||115||150||107||294||115||1832||4335|
Smelly farm course and rude staff
Trash on the course, grass was poorly cut. Staff was very rude and felt like it was a rush to finish the game. No masks were worn but if they were it wasn’t properly worn.
Staff is unfriendly, rude, serve alcohols to miners. No masks
I love to golf around and try to new courses in the area. When I showed up I was disappointed. No staff were wearing masks. The bar looked like it was full of minors.. No one was checking ids. Overall very poor quality. I do not recommend
Good place to golf , I didn’t feel rushed .
My son and I had a good experience golfing being our first time at this course . It wasn’t very busy , I didn’t feel rushed and the course was in good shape . We will definitely go back and make it our summer course to play .
Great course for the price!
It was a well laid out course, Good pace and great staff!
Wasn’t a bad experience, a lot of leaves seemed to have been there for a while and in piles, prepare to lose some balls! But that’s Fall so..
Golf Now, Bowl Later
Driving up to Sundance Golf Course for the first time, I had strong misgivings. The road leading to the course was lined with cornfields on the right and beanfields on the left. Naturally, I expected a plain vanilla course with flat fairways echoing the topography of the cornfields, flat, straight, and boring. My uncertainty increased when I walked in the nondescript building and found a full size bowling alley and a sports bar. To reach the pro shop one has to go outside and then in another door. My misgivings began to recede when I walked out to the putting green and looked out onto the course and saw rolling terrain, water, elevation changes from tee to green, and contoured greens. The course isn't terribly long- 6,430 yards from the back tees and 6,171 from the middle (white) tees. However, that includes two 550-plus yard par 5 holes, so longer hitters will have an advantage. Water, OB, and strategically placed bunkers make ball control imperative in order to score well on this course. The first hole, par 4 and 395 yards from the middle tees, sets the stage for much of what is to come. If your tee shot goes too far right, you'll end up OB in the practice range. Your second shot must avoid water on the right and bunkers guarding the green on both right and left. The speed of the greens may surprise you, as they are faster than many public courses in the area. More than a few times, a member of our foursome found himself putting back to the hole after hearing the dreaded words: “Still your turn.” Speaking of greens, Sundance features a variety of approach options. A few greens are elevated with false fronts that will reject a ball that comes in a little too short. Other greens allow run-up shots, but some have very narrow entrances, while others are wide open. Of course, as a first-time player, most of this isn't apparent until you actually reach the green. Sundance offers long and short holes, a few right and left doglegs, and forced carries over water. The course is really fun to play. You'll have the opportunity to use about every club in the bag. Yes, if you hit a big hook drive on some holes it will end up lost in a cornfield. But playing this course is really worth losing one or two balls.