+2 votes Jamie Maynes › October 31, 2010
This is my original "home" course and I love it. Even though its not the longest course (and that is really my only issue) it has a great variety that requires decision making off the tee. There are almost no "grip it and rip it holes" where you just walk up and throw and it comes out okay. Very fun course to play again and again.
+0 votes Lanse Carpenter › August 5, 2013
Nice clean course with trees and variation between holes
+0 votes Dan D › February 10, 2011
+0 votes Matthew Titus › February 25, 2011
+0 votes Mike Inscho › March 10, 2011
+0 votes Rob Norris › April 19, 2011
Short but fun.
+0 votes Shannon Stewart › August 2, 2011
+0 votes Tyler Swain › August 27, 2011
This is one of the best course I've played in South Carolina. Theres actually changes in elevation and you can tell some thought other than the typical "theres some bushes, lets put the basket behind them" went into designing the course.
+0 votes Zach Shafer › September 6, 2014
+0 votes Will Curtis › December 29, 2014
+0 votes Ron "Ronman" Cunningham › October 21, 2015
+0 votes Lillian Wanda › June 17, 2015
+0 votes Nate Gahman › November 17, 2015
What a great little course!! So much undulation. Not something I'm used to in south Ga!
+0 votes John Leighty › April 22, 2016
-1 votes Danny White › October 24, 2012
Visiting the area and took some friends to this course (I've been playing for 7 years and they were rookies). Cement teepads and distance markers at the tees are a plus and the next tee (also painted spoke) on the basket aided in the navigation. But the baskets (never have seen this kind before) are narrow and shallow compared to the . A few of the shorter holes just felt like connectors to get from here to there. Listed pars on the signs are not realistic for even average players. Park was clean and not too many pedestrians.