University of Richmond

Richmond, Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Kevin Morrow › May 24, 2011
A
The course review is based on how the course is and how it fit my game. I like this course a lot. It fit the campus well but there are a few navigation issues. Each hole has new rubber tee pads and nice hole signs along with new DGA Mach III baskets. The course opens with a few open holes and then takes you in to the wooded holes with a solid mix of uphill, downhill, hyzers & anhyzers then ends with 2 open holes. This course has students that have never played the game in mind. (There were a few ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ryan C › October 10, 2012
B
Extremely wooded! Nothing too long, if you play conservative it should be easy to get close to par.
-  +0 votes  + Doug F › June 29, 2014
B
NOTE: As of June 29th, 2014, the 1st hole has been removed due to construction. Start on hole two across the parking lot. Getting to the course: Park in the Jepson Alumni Center Parking. It's free, shouldn't be an issue. If you look at the Alumni Center, the course starts to your left Layout: The first three holes are fairly open, then the rest until 17 and 18 are in the thick of the woods. Lots of trees. Getting from hole to hole can be a tad confusing; take a picture of the map be ...
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-  +0 votes  + Larry Bright Jr. › August 16, 2014
B-
decent course. a little hard to navigate the first few holes, but once you get in the woods, the flow is pretty easy to follow. not a fan of flypads, as this was my first time playing on them. any dirt or debris made for tough footing. could also use some trimming on a few holes, as there's some lines that are hard to hit without hitting one of the many saplings down most of the wooded fairways. still a fun course, and i'd play it again if i was back in the area.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Carpenter › August 31, 2014
C
This course has a lot of potential but there are just too many trees to be really enjoyable. The fairways are so narrow that unless you're a legitimate pro then good luck. Because that's what it feels like if you don't hit trees. Nice scenery and well maintained, but just overly difficult in my opinion.
-  +0 votes  + charles barrie › July 4, 2015
A-
This is a very technical course and I love technical courses. Maps and signage are done extremely well. The course plays around the Richmond Spiders campus that is very beautiful. If you like wide open shots with little to no trees and no elevation change this course is not for you. If you are up the challenge of hitting tight windows and playing around trees then you will love this course. Not beginner friendly but if you are an intermediate to advanced golfer then enjoy this beauty.