Course Reviews

Course Name Stonehenge Golf Club
Location Fairfield Glade, Tennessee, USA
Comments from Dick Bonebrake, Basehor, Kansas, USA
This is a very beautiful and well manicured bermuda grass golf course. Be sure to take your camera along. The signature hole is a breathtaking par 3 with a lake behind, a ravine in front, and creek to the left. Carts have to stay on the paths at all times which I think is reidiculous. The bag drop leaves a lot to be desired, you have to move your clubs twice to load them on the carts. For a $50.00 green fee you should get better treatment, but still is a very good golf course and worth playing. The staff including the set up could be more accommodating. Be sure to grab a hamburger at the turn.
Date: June/99

Comments from Oscar J O'Neal, Gulf Breeze, Florida, USA
The Fairways and Greens are well manicured. Take a camera, the views are spectacular and the Par 3 Signature Hole is breathtaking. Bag drop is poorly managed, requiring two moves to place bag on your cart (appears caused by limited cart availability for scheduled tee times). 90 degree rule and carts on path at all times really slows up play and requires exceeding scheduled tee times (we was 51/2 hours playing 18 holes on Friday, September 17, 1999). Divots on fairways and tees are not repaired daily; course rangers do nothing to speed up slow play; no out of bounds or hazard stakes (many water hazards are not visible to the eye). Score cards do no contain yardage or handicap for yellow tees. No handicap on scorecard for red tees on back 9 holes. Fees are excessive for problems on the course. We would only rate the course Fair.
Date: September/99

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