Poor House Farm

Martinsburg, West Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + John Buck › November 16, 2010
Sweet little course that's still a work in progress. Not too hard to navigate from baskets to the next tee, but it's easy to take the wrong turn if you're not paying attention. Gotta look for the signs that directs you to the next tee, but I'm sure they're working on to improve that. All fairways are pretty well-defined, but not exactly wide-open. Any errant throws off the tee that ends up in the woods on either side are usually par-killers. There's a beautiful sight of the WV mountains left of #11's tee & fairway. Also there's an apple orchard along the fairway.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Fields › May 28, 2011
Excellent course, nice layout with a variety of uphill/downhill shots. Very challenging...most of the fairways are very narrow and lined with dense trees oftentimes making errors costly. The only negative was the lack of signage in some places making it difficult to get from hole to hole. Also, there are clearly holes with B-pins that are not noted on the course signage.
-  +2 votes  + Kevin Kline › June 1, 2011
Course is rather short and narrow. The signage isn't too great so the course could really be upgraded with better signs. Grass can be high at times and easy to lose a few discs. Hole #11 scenary is amazing - you must play here to see the scenic view.
-  +2 votes  + Dustin Hollingsworth › June 2, 2011
I really enjoyed this course. The front nine was a little tough as the it was pretty tight on most of the holes, but the back nine I enjoyed as it was a little more open and #11 is a great scenic hole with the orchard and the mountains on the left. The hole course had a good variety of doglegs and straight holes. Along with uphill and downhill holes. Problems I had with this course was the lack of signs, there were only a few holes that told you which way to the next hole and most holes ended ...
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-  +0 votes  + Joey Minnich › June 12, 2011
-  +2 votes  + Brandon Bryan › June 26, 2011
Watch out for Proison
-  +0 votes  + George Schafer › October 3, 2014
-  +0 votes  + John Iliff › March 21, 2015
I gave this course an A- due to the challenging hole layouts, elevation changes, and scenic surroundings. There are only 4 or so straight forward and forgiving holes, the rest require solid tunnel shots or well shaped shots. Though a 60F day, there was still a lot of snow melting creating poor footing conditions and lots of standing water. Many holes seem to play a lot longer than the tee signs indicate; revised distances are definitely in order. The front 9 have several uphill shots that will ...
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-  +0 votes  + Travis Hahn › June 18, 2015
Good course. No real complaints.