Course Review and Comments
Unbeleiveably slow play. No course marshalls. The Pro caters to a distinct group of individuals who are members of a local club...They always have the first tee times...The pro sends groups off the back and the front simultaneously so he can get to go home early...When you make the turn, if you are member of the "special" group, he will let you continue to play but, if not, he will make you wait for up to 40 minutes or longer to play the last nine while he puts groups off who have later tee times. The restaraunt is not open during the same hours as the course and there rarely is a drink cart...If you like gambling then this is your course where the "special" group openly lays out all the cash on the tables in the snack bar after play and the leader pays out to the daily winners...Because this group always plays for money they are responsible for the slow play...Anyone can play this course, you don't have to be military...This in no way is a military facility or has any form of proper management, that is why gambling is legal on Quantico...By the way, don't try to make a tee time because they all are reserved for the "special" group that somehow always has all of the first morning tee-times even though they are mostly old men despite the fact that at least some of those tee-times are supposed to be reserved for active duty who have a special PIN...How did the "special group" get those active duty PIN's? You will never see active duty personnel going off in the mornings unless they are lucky enough to be picked from the waiting list which is the only way I get to play...The course management is totally corrupt.
More user reviews for Medal of Honor Golf Course - Military
August 01st, 2011 18:52
Pay $15 less on weekdays at a better local civilian course and I am retired military. Greens and tee boxes were pretty chopped up on some holes. Course use to have biographies for the medal of honor
July 17th, 2011 03:30
Live on base so I play this as my home course. Club house is newer so it's average. The course itself does not always reward a good drive because of the layout and terrain but provides a challenge.
July 10th, 2011 10:24
Charge too much, particularly to retired service members. Local civilian courses charge less for retired.
June 25th, 2009 08:35
This course is wide open and in good shape. I played a tournament here was pleased with layout. The staff was kinda standoffish I said hello to at least 3 staff memebrs driving by in carts and was no
July 24th, 2008 12:32
The Medal Of Honor Course is a historic course that is part of the great Quantico Marine Core Base. The course is walk-able and many real golfers chose to do. The green are a little slow but in that
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