0 Helpful / 13 Not
Home Sweet Home
Pros: this course has a good mix of open holes and tight woods, great/challenging pin placements, great and easy to discern tee signs, decent elevation changes, talented and friendly groundskeepers.
Cons: The course has a crap ton of undergrowth on some holes, though if you pay attention to where it hits the brush then you'll be golden.
Other Thoughts: I've had some of the best games of my life on this course, i've met a lot of great folks who always seem to have solid advice and take the advice you give them. the old homeplace has a great community around it and if you havent played here yet, you need to.
0 of 13 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
YOU HAVE TO PLAY THIS!!!
Pros: This great course has been redsigned and made better.
50/50 mix of open and wooded holes
several new holes that are tough
well thought out
great local club
Cons: we need to work on some of the teepads
Other Thoughts: This course is a GREAT course in the ATL area. It may even be one of the best now. The ATL Open national event was here 3 times, hint hint, course is in GREAT SHAPE!!!! This is my home course and I am very thankful!!!!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
One of the Best in N. GA.
Pros: This is a great course, 27 holes with multiple tees - white for beginners, red for intermediate, blue for experiences, and some gold for the clinically insane. A good mix of wide open field for big bombs, and tight wooded holes for skill. A large resume of shots, overhand, rollers, distance, accuracy, weaves, etc are needed to keep scores down. It is a very fun course. A nice stream runs through the whole course, and it is maintained very well, it is trimmed one a week or so, and the poison in kept in check.
Cons: A few cons - the biggest complaint from most is the long walk, lots of hiking up and over hills, but thats the nature of the game. A bike path runs through the park, but i haven't heard of a biker being hit, just be careful. A few tees launch by a path and are near baseball fields, batting cages, or some public place, just be careful, its only like 4 holes though.
Other Thoughts: A few mandos, one on hole 1, stay right of the light posts, hole 15ish (cant remember) stay right of the hug oak tree. hole 3 is the toughest for me, a steep wooded tunnel that hooks uphill and to the right. a big forehand shot is required.
Have fun on this course, weekly tournies on sunday, and hosts other yearly tournaments as well.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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