McGaheysville, Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Rob B › September 30, 2016
I live about 15 miles in either direction from Ditto Farms in Md, and from Jim Barnett in Va. I know that i am lucky to be within close proximity to such quality courses. But my home course of Poor House Farm in WV is also rated B+. And Poor House blows this place out of the water.
Don't waste your time even if you're already here on vacation. Trust me.
-  -1 votes  + Colin Butgereit › September 6, 2014
Good course layout and interesting, technical play. The course could use better signage. Most of all it needs level teepads without rocks and stumps riddled all over the supposed flat pad.
-  -1 votes  + steven starkey › June 19, 2011
This is a fun little course. The layout uses the ski slopes for the course with elevation changes on every hole. The teepads are short rubber mats that make runups hard, but most holes are reachable . The 18th hole is over 550' down the bottom of the slopes. The resort holds events every wednesday at 2:15 for $3. To the advanced player many holes are birdieable, but your discs have a very high chance of standing up and rolling. Go out and support the guys who are making this course possible.
-  -1 votes  + Kevin Mania › October 17, 2013
Great scenery with good pin placements. A nice mix of short and long holes and a good hearty walk. It was my first time playing in over ten years after playing weekly for 5 or 6 years, so it was a good welcome back course. An avid player should have no trouble breaking 50 on this 18 hole scenic gem. Will play again if we return to the resort.