Fort Gordon DGC

Fort Gordon, Georgia     1 course · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jerry Swami Swain › January 5, 2016
The largest tee pads, all level, elevation change, long benches a disc trash cans on every hole with brooms where needed. Easy to read tee signs with military historical information. Build by Soldiers! Port-o-lets. Great design
-  +0 votes  + Jason Kirkaldy › May 24, 2015
This is a beautifull course with a wide variety of holes. Designed well and multiple interchangeable pin locations. They do a great job of moving the pins perioticly. The pads are the only issue but they are fine. You dont ever have to worry about a crowd, and the course challenges all skill levels but is still fun for them also. Great job guys!! The doubles recdord is like 19 down due to some BMF'S!!!!
-  +0 votes  + John Natale › March 3, 2017
This is for the New Marine Corps and Navy Courses! Looooooonnnggg and lovin' it! There are 10 holes per course 9 regular and a 5a on each that can be skipped for a normal 18 hole round. Par according to FB is 71 or 72 and I will have to wait and figure out which one is which with the different pin placements.
-  +0 votes  + charles barrie › June 25, 2017
-  +0 votes  + dalton slantis › October 24, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Brian S › May 12, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Bryan Hutcherson › March 1, 2017
Fun course with 4+ playing options. Army - 9 holes, Air Force - 9 holes, Marines - 10 holes (alternate on 5), and Navy - 10 holes (alt on 5).

Has a lot of different challenging and rewarding shots, open, and wooded terrain. There's a nice practice putting area too with 4 baskets spread out. I like the hole signs and how they mark if the basket is in the A or B pin.

The newly created courses (Marines and Navy) are insanely awesome! It's worth the wait for a visitor pass if you aren't military. This will certainly be a premier course in the years to come.
-  +0 votes  + Kyle Stephenson › April 5, 2018