+1 votes Doyle Wilmoth › June 15, 2012
The Layout of the course is Very Deceiving.....Try to get as many pars and birds on the front Nine,,,, Cause the Back Nine gets LonG And Water Everywhere!!
+0 votes Reid Harrison › September 29, 2010
Relatively new course, and the only one in the Macon/Bibb area (for now). Great course for beginners, though you may want to buy a floating disc because this course plays along a lake, Moderately short course (only 5 holes 300+ feet) with open and wooded holes and everything playing as par 3. ~There is a $3 park entrance fee.
+0 votes Luke McFarland › October 15, 2010
Scenic in places, uses water and peninsulas in places. Sometimes holes seem too short or repetitive for the land, but overall enjoyable.
+0 votes Grayson Johnson › March 21, 2011
+0 votes Forrest Boone › May 23, 2011
+0 votes David Gillespie › February 22, 2012
+0 votes Tyler Crowley › March 6, 2012
+0 votes Christopher Strasburger › March 10, 2013
+0 votes Kevin Woodham › August 2, 2012
Course is very tough, they extended 14 so its longer then what is shown on the pictures.
+0 votes Mike Haney › January 2, 2013
+0 votes Tony Thomas › April 18, 2013
Biased review warning, I love this course. I get to play it often and it always offers something new. From the grippy pines on the front to the gusting winds and open water on the back. Never the same course twice!
+0 votes Chris Benefield › April 21, 2013
+0 votes warren steinmeyer › June 10, 2013
+0 votes Paul Wagner › July 2, 2013
Very deceiving course. Front nine are very short then the last 5 are long with lots of water. I had one go in the lake on 16, I jumped in and got it!! Have fun!