Course Review and Comments
Is it your high end course like Timber Banks or those you find at Turning Stone? No.
But, is it an incredible value for the money?
I loved this course. I regularly play area courses that have better reputations like the Links or Arrowhead or Green Lakes but for the money Olde Oak is the best.
It's generous and forgiving for a guy with a 20 handicap like me, but still challenges for my buddy who is a 4 handicap whom I played with. While there isn't sand the amount of trees and there placement are just as dangerous as are the numerous and strategically placed water hazards.
Long story short- if you haven't played it you ought to give it a try!
More user reviews for Old Oak Golf Course
September 03rd, 2010 04:29
This is an old style golf course with no gimicks. It sits very low so it can't support sand traps. Nice course from the white tees, now move back to the back tees and the fun begins. Some of the tees
July 12th, 2010 07:33
Very friendly atmosphere! Course is very easy and a bit boring..... Great place for beginers and seniors who are not long off the tee. Not a bad time, just not my cup of tea
September 06th, 2008 11:51
Beautiful course. Designed by 1950's competing PGA professional Bill Grygiel, Sr. This is a course to test any golfer who would like to go back a few years in time to the era of Nelson, Hogan, and o
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