6 Helpful / 1 Not
Great beginner course!
Pros: This course has a very convenient double loop layout that brings you to the parking area / bathrooms after holes 9 & 18. The pads are nice, the baskets are in good condition, signage is awesome, bathroom facilities are nice and clean, and the few (and I do mean FEW) people you meet are very friendly. The grass does get high between mowing in the spring and summer, but usually not too bad.
Cons: The main drawback this course has is its lack of challenges. Distance, wind, and a handful of trees are your only real obstacles. No organized club exists in Pauls Valley and no regular events happen at this course.
Other Thoughts: I really like this course! However, as a purely recreational player, I realize most of the experienced players would get bored here. It is a really great course to introduce someone to the game and let them learn some of the basics. I've played here many times and most of the time there's not been anyone else playing (other than my group) . So if you enjoy a relaxing course where you can enjoy some solitude, come on!
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Wind is the hidden bunker
Pros: Significantly varied hole lengths, extremely challenging in the wind, outstanding granite tee markers and professional concrete tees, lay out flows. Ease of use and local golfers are top notch - friendly, helpful, and accomidating. Hosts the Flightline Open each spring with excellent turnout and well sponsored.
Cons: After completion of back 9 (which is longer but not unreasonable) removal of multiple trees following a fire significantly altered the obstacles but plans are in the works to replant new trees.
Other Thoughts: Can't wait until new trees and landscaping is complete for the course - particularly for the longer back nine. Oklahoma is flat but John Houck has used this space well.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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