Georgetown, SC 
East Bay Park Share
Uploaded By: RussMB Hole #7 (Taken 11/2009)
3 / 280ft.   3 / 305ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #7 Tee



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Pleasantly surprised

1    2/10/2017   2/10/2017
Review By: kohldad
Played: 10  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 1.2 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Concrete pads put in within the last year. Tees are a bit small, but fine for short course.

Baskets look new and all in great shape. Most have tape showing direction of next tee pad.

Grass is being maintained so pleasant to walk around.
Cons: Large wet area on one hole, but easy to throw over and walk around.

Short course and a good player should be able to do most holes in 2. But still a good place to practice.

Tight layout but nice for the small few acres they had to use.

No map on site so kind of hard to figure out the layout. But since the whole course is in view, shouldn't be that hard to figure out.
Other Thoughts: Looks like someone has put a little effort into the course lately with what looks like new basket and concrete tee pads. Nothing to drive out of the way to play, but if passing through and want to stretch your with a quick nine or get some practicing in, is a great place.

Definitely don't let the older reviews prevent you from stopping by. I've played in the past and just mainly stopped by to see how bad the course had gotten and was pleasantly surprised with the great condition.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Endangered course

1    1/19/2010   1/20/2010
Review By: prerube
Played: 243  Reviewed: 219  Exp: 9.8 Years
13 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Free! Next closest course is a play to pay over 30 minutes away.
This course is a good family outing on a cool (non-windy) day.
9 baskets marked with small vinyl signs. Tees 10-18 are around 30 feet behind the signs, look for reminence of white paint.

Birdie fest that would boost your ace count if the baskets were not mach 1.
Lightly wooded, enough to create challenge to beginning and recreational players.
Rec center sells a small amount of discs for $6.00 each (cash only)
Cons: Tee pads are hard to find patches of grass that are sometimes marked with white paint. Course does not offer a challenge to highly skilled players, unless the 30 mph winds are blowing off the bay. Wind can be a huge factor.
Locals say the bugs and lack of shade are brutal in the summer.
Course is muddy and flooded, the tide comes right up and can overtake the course. BRING WATER PROOF SHOES.
The basket of hole 8 sits infront of a road and a scum filled ditch.
Navigation can be confusing for the first 9, but the signs are usually nearby to help, but baskets have no numbers.
Other Thoughts: I hear this course may soon be on the extinct list when baskets are sent away to a new course. Also baskets are not secured and theft may cause this course to become prematurely extinct. If you are in the area and want to try to boost your ace count, hit this course before the baskets are gone.

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