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Pros: Tees are easy to find.
Nice place to practice drives.
Hole 6 has a nice setup for the drive.
Maps and scorecards are provided at a kiosk by hole 1 as well as a practice basket.
Cons: Could use a little more love on the course.
Other Thoughts: Love how the front 9 is open and the back 9 is heavily wooded
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Great open shots down the fairway and Some short but challenging holes on the back 9. Overall beautiful scenery and the distances from the t box to the pin are not so far that it is unreasonable for even a novice to grab a few pars. :)
Cons: A few of the holes on the back 9 could do with out So many trees between the t box and the pin. But the back 9 looks new and I had a blast playing all 18.
Other Thoughts: maybe bring your bug spray and consider trying an overhand of the t box on a few of the super wooded holes on the back 9. Great to see a course in this area cuz i visit here often and will play a ton here.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Easy access to course .
The front nine are nice for newbies to get into game.
Tees are well marked and signed.
Other Thoughts: . Nice challenge on back nine yet enjoyable to play. The team that set-up this course has done a great job.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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My Home Course
Pros: Great elevation changes.
Good hole placement.
Close to home.
Right off Interstate 64. (great for stretching your legs on a long trip)
Cons: Grass tees can get muddy.
Only 9 holes (will be 18 soon).
All par 3.
Fairly open course (back 9 will be wooded)
Very small fairways mowed in the summer (expect to look for discs in tall grass).
Other Thoughts: Nice course located in the Greenbrier State Forest. All par 3, but some of them are pretty challenging. Great course for beginners. Good for experienced players to work on their short game, with some nice ace holes. Course will be much improved with the install of the back 9. I can't wait!
Check out the nearby cool small town of Lewisburg for some good food.
White Sulphur Springs is also nearby. Also some good restaurants there, but not as cool as Lewisburg.
There's also a beautiful commercial cave in lewisburg called Lost World Caverns. It's a single large room with many gorgeous formations, including helictites (stalagmite that grow sideways off the wall, pretty rare). There are also a numbers of spectacular wild caves in the area, but to hit them you'd probabaly use up most of your golf time caving.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
great new course
Pros: beautiful open field with views
long open fairways
Cons: some brier areas and poison ivy
no tee pads
some areas generally wet/soggy
Other Thoughts: Great course not far off I-64 if you are driving through the area. Soon to be 18 holes. Also, there are great coffee/sandwich shops in both nearby White Sulphur Springs and Lewisburg.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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