Creekside Golf Course Review

August 06th, 2012 06:33


First Name Patrick
Last Name McDermott
Handicap 25

Course Review and Comments

Very good course for the price, and residents even get a few dollars off. Also has a full range and short game area. Currently, there is a 9 hole course and a 3 hole course, but I wouldn't be surprised to see it extended to 18 holes at some point in the future, and I would be happy to see it.


Date course was played Friday 29th of June 2012
Price paid for golf 9
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Course Design Rating
Course Design Comments Pretty typical muni, the holes are where nature put them. A few parallel holes. Greens are all open in front, but bunkers can come into play if you're left or right. Water runs along a few holes, but it shouldn't come into play at all. Course is hilly but greens are flat. Pretty good for a municipal course except for the 8th hole which is a short par 5 but forces a layup 2nd and fairly long 3rd because of an environmental area.
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Rating
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Comments Maintenance is pretty good, course is usually in good shape. It could be even better if the customers took better care of it, but what can you expect for a cheap muni?
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Course Overall Rating
Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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